35 examples of Abounded in a sentence
It practically screams "low-budget" yet oddly I still found myself liking the film because although it lacked quality it
Starting from the scene in the prison to the end of the movie with the delivery boy, sexual innuendo
That's because unlike other musicals, the songs were almost operatic in style and high-pitched warbling
Then, as now, fears about regional instability, economic stagnation, and social backwardness
Georgia Splits the KremlinMOSCOW – Dmitry Medvedev inherited the post of President of the Russian Federation from Vladimir Putin, and while Putin moved down the pecking order to become Prime Minister, speculation has
from the start of Medvedev’s presidency about an eventual split between Russia’s two highest leaders.
But dire predictions for China have
for the last 30 years, and not one has materialized.
Opportunities surely abounded, including at this summer’s G20 meeting, when Liu was on his deathbed.
that Kerry’s proposal would contain a specific US guarantee of Israel’s borders.
BEIJING – Reports about labor shortages, wage disputes, and wage increases for migrant workers in China have
When post-authoritarian excitement
and rapid economic growth prevailed, these imperfections were manageable; now, with the former fading and the latter a memory, they have become immense challenges.
A half-century ago, white rhinos
Such reckless and irresponsible behavior
from November 2009, when ailing President Umaru Yar’Adua was flown out of the country for treatment, until the just-concluded general elections, Nigeria’s fourth since military rule ended in 1999.
At home, in the context of marital intimacy, Victoria’s Secret, elegant fashion, and skin care lotions
Utility prices were held at loss-making levels; structural problems
As recently as the 2000s, flashy catchphrases like “the death of distance” and “the world is flat”
Seventy-five years ago, economies were shattered, millions had been turned into refugees, and despair
Provisions abounded, hanging from hooks or in cupboards.
Polyps and echinoderms
on the seafloor: various isis coral, cornularian coral living in isolation, tufts of virginal genus Oculina formerly known by the name "white coral," prickly fungus coral in the shape of mushrooms, sea anemone holding on by their muscular disks, providing a literal flowerbed adorned by jellyfish from the genus Porpita wearing collars of azure tentacles, and starfish that spangled the sand, including veinlike feather stars from the genus Asterophyton that were like fine lace embroidered by the hands of water nymphs, their festoons swaying to the faint undulations caused by our walking.
At times, when they approached one of those little posts held by the American troops, with which the Highlands abounded, he would take a circuit to avoid the sentinels, and plunge fearlessly into a thicket, or ascend a rugged hill, that to the eye seemed impassable.
The whole country about them
in beautiful walks.
On these rocks, in the midst of slippery wrack,
bivalve shell-fish, not to be despised by starving people.
As to the water of the lake, it was sweet, limpid, rather dark, and from certain bubblings, and the concentric circles which crossed each other on the surface, it could not be doubted that it
Game of all sorts in consequence
at the Chimneys, capybaras, pigeons, agouties, grouse, etc.
No; for marine plants
on the shore, glass-wort, ficoides, and all those fucaceae which form wrack.
But Jacamar Wood was full of game; kangaroos and boars abounded, and the hunters iron-tipped spears and bows and arrows did wonders.
These peccaries generally live in herds, and it was probable that they
in the woody parts of the island.
They ascertained, however, that eatable shellfish
there, but these could not be of any great advantage to them until some easy means of communication had been established between the two banks of the Mercy, and until the means of transport had been perfected.
Now, the elder
in the island towards the mouth of Red Creek, and the colonists had already made coffee of the berries of these shrubs, which belong to the family of the caprifoliaceae.
Elm or fir, both of which
in the island?