a·bun·dant

/əˈbʌndənt/[uh-buhn-duhnt] adjective

1. Present in great quantity;more than adequate; oversufficient: an abundant supply of water.
2. Well supplied; abounding: a river abundant in salmon.
3. Richly supplied: an abundant land.
Origin:
1325–75; MiddleEnglish (< MiddleFrench) < Latinabundant- (stemofabundāns) overflowing.Seeabound, -ant

Related forms
a·bun·dant·ly, adverb
pre·a·bun·dant, adjective
pre·a·bun·dant·ly, adverb

Synonyms
1. Copious, Profuse, Overflowing. See plentiful.
2. Teeming, rich.

Antonyms
1. Sparse
2. Scarce

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