How do you put abound in a sentence?
Legends of treasures lost and monsters to be defeated abound in the region.
Cafe's and bars are abound in Paris.
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(abound is a VERB, meaning to be in abundance) Sidewalk cafes abound in Paris. In some locations in the Everglades, alligators and other reptiles abound.
I went to a shady park this weekend, Where children and dogs abound. Abound- To exist in large numbers
Vince wanted to live in an area where pineapples and coconuts abound. Some synonyms for abound are flourish, thrive, teem, and be plentiful.
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The word abound means to be full of or exist in large quantities. An example sentence would be: "The forest abounds with animals of all kinds".
The past tense of "abound" is "abounded". However, this is not a verb commonly used in the past tense. Typically the sentence "Creatures abound in this jungle" would be put into the past tense by changing the wording to say "Creatures were common in this jungle", but "Creatures abounded in this jungle" is also correct, just less commonly used.
this word does not exist but if you ment abound then an example of that is "This land abounds with wildlife."
No, the word abound is a verb. The noun form of the verb to abound is the gerund, abounding. A related noun form is abundance.
The word 'abound' is not a common noun; abound is a verb (abound, abounds, abounding, abounded); to present in large numbers; to be filled with or have an abundance of something. Abundance is the common, abstract noun form.
No, the word 'abound' is a verb, meaning to be present in large numbers or in great quantity : to be prevalent. The noun form of the verb 'abound' is the gerund, abounding.
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The word abound means to be available in large quantities. It means that something is plentiful and can be found easily.
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The noun form for the verb 'to abound' is the gerund (verbal noun) abounding. A related noun form is abundance.
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The abstract noun forms of the verb to abound is the gerund, abounding. A related abstract noun form is abundance.
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