abound with(redirected from abounding 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.
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.
abound withor abound in
To be brimming with something plentiful: The lake by the cabin abounds with fish.The quaint villa abounded with charm.