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abound in

To be abundant or plentiful with. In the spring, the fields abound in blooming tulips.
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abound with

To be abundant or plentiful with. The world abounds with criminals and scam artists looking to take advantage of unsuspecting victims. In the spring, the fields abound with blooming tulips.
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abound in something

to be rich and abundant in something; to have plenty of something. (A bit formal.) The entire area abounds in game and fish.
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abound with someone or something

to be plentiful with particular persons, other living beings, or objects. The world abounds with talented people who are too shy to develop their talents.
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abound with

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To be brimming with something plentiful: The lake by the cabin abounds with fish.The quaint villa abounded with charm.
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We have moved into commercial production, which allows us to keep pace with demand from our customers as the market expands," said Pascal Noronha, CEO of Abound Solar.
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The choice of Australia as the meeting site was most appropriate, in that the country has both a modern society with first-rate healthcare and an ancient culture in which serious health problems abound, including significant otologic disease.
Wells Tower, a subsidized housing development in Harlem, is the site of mounting tensions between long-time residents and the relentless creep of gentrification as rumors abound that developers are eyeing the property.
From professional sports to individual outdoor activities, opportunities abound in the nearby Cascade Mountains or on the waters of Puget Sound where island hopping is a favorite pastime.
These pieces abound with teaching potential, both musical and technical.
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Ljubljana, where his redoubtable buildings and monuments abound, is fast turning into Plecnik-town on the circuit of architectural tourism.