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  • They moved to where there was an abundance of animals and fish.
  • Many of his works, however, had at least some politics and sometimes an abundance of it.
  • This name is due to the abundance of this animal in the region.
  • An abundance of software is available to support players of the game.
  • This is due, both to its ideal wind conditions and abundance of available farm land.
  • However, there are other elements that show large over or under abundances.
  • The narrow river crossing and abundance of water and game made it a good location for settlement.
  • Settlers were drawn to the area because of its rich land and abundance of fish and game.
  • An abundance of social capital is seen as being almost a necessary condition for modern liberal democracy.
  • Romanian industry was quite well-developed due to an abundance of natural resources, especially oil.
  • They can be most commonly found in water with high abundance of prey and reduced flow.
  • New England farming families generally lived in wooden houses because of the abundance of trees.
  • It is the abundance of both which has led to the area becoming known as the Lake District.
  • Space has an abundance of light produced from the Sun.
  • The natural abundance of furs had passed and it could no longer meet market demand.
  • Although the temperature does not often drop below, snow is in abundance.
  • The abundance of this gold is without equal anywhere else in the world.
  • Local and organically grown produce is found in abundance during the summer months.
  • There is evidence trade and communication between other sites in abundance.
  • If anybody has only one out of these three, people turn to him in abundance for guidance.
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Words starting with abundance

Meaning of abundance

  • noun The property of a more than adequate quantity or supply
    an age of abundance
  • noun (physics) the ratio of the number of atoms of a specific isotope of an element to the total number of isotopes present
  • noun (chemistry) the ratio of the total mass of an element in the earth's crust to the total mass of the earth's crust; expressed as a percentage or in parts per million