1 : to be plentiful : teem <Salmon abound
in the river.
In Nerds (Turkish for "breath"), Bausch channels impressions of Istanbul, a place where opposites converge--ancient meets modern, East meets West--and political upheaval abounds
in a guide covering how to gain romance despite handling a small amorous dog in traffic, and more.
Paul, where sin abounds
, grace abounds
all the more.
CHARLESTON, on the coast of South Carolina, USA, abounds
with Southern charm.
Peeps" is short for parasite positive, the "preferred" term for modern vampires because, yes, vampirism is the result of parasitic infection, with which the world abounds
(as Westerfeld happily details in quirky but factual even-numbered chapters).
Sea life abounds
as you paddle through the secluded coves, fjords, and bays that riddle the sound.
Though speculation abounds
that 25 Broad Street will be converted from rental units to condos, Swig said that he hadn't yet decided to part with the current configuration.
with references to art from the interwar years--even aside from the character of Tom, von Trier's parody of a Depression-era writer obsessed with "illustrating" profound moral truths about Man.
Ignorance of long-term care financing options still abounds
, however, as highlighted by the ASA survey.
The best stylistic analyses, such as the article on Inferno 17, show how Dante's use of rhetorical devices enhances his meaning; weaker ones, such as the lectura on Inferno 12, do little more than note that the canto abounds
in "odd" and "harsh" rhymes, an observation that leads to the rather insipid conclusion that Dante's language is "expressive.
Interaction certainly abounds
as Kate's intractable father, Baptista (Apollo Dukakis), is determined to follow the path of tradition, holding off hot-to-trot Hortensio (Stephen Stockwell), Gremio (Jay Bell) and Lucentio (Chris Gerson), all suitors for Baptista's winsome younger daughter, Bianca (Jill Hill), until someone can ``wed, bed and rid his house'' of elder sister Kate.
Tax advice abounds
this time of year but sometimes even that's difficult to decipher.