What is a sentence for abound?
Vince wanted to live in an area where pineapples and coconuts abound. Some synonyms for abound are flourish, thrive, teem, and be plentiful.
Cafe's and bars are abound in Paris.
I will abound the road
(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
Legends of treasures lost and monsters to be defeated abound in the region.
Frogs and other amphibians are abound to exist if we don't start to do something about it. YOUR WELCOME
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".
this word does not exist but if you ment abound then an example of that is "This land abounds with wildlife."
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.
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.
I can't decide if you meant to write ABOUT or ABOUND ... you really ought to check your spelling before you hit that button! Haste makes waste, you know. That's about enough fussing, but I hope you got the point. Mis-spelled words abound on this site because people are in too much of a hurry to look at what they just typed.
The word abound means to be available in large quantities. It means that something is plentiful and can be found easily.
The noun form for the verb 'to abound' is the gerund (verbal noun) abounding. A related noun form is abundance.
The abstract noun forms of the verb to abound is the gerund, abounding. A related abstract noun form is abundance.
The definition of the word abound means for a thing to exist in a large quantity or number, and it can also mean to be rich or have things in great supply.
The cast of Place Where Rocks Abound - 2015 includes: Miguel Chandon Sanchez as Martin
Abound is a verb. Verbs are a large class of words in a language that serve to indicate the occurrence or performance of an action, the existence of a state or condition.
The word 'abound' is found 19 times in the King James Version (KJV) once in Old Testament and 18 times in New Testament.If you use related words (e.g. abounded, abounding, abounds, etc.) then the count will be a little higher.
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The word "abound" is in the King James Version of the Bible 19 times. It is in 15 verses. Please see the related link below.
Creation in the 21st Century - 2004 Questions Abound was released on: USA: 17 September 2010
Theories still abound.
To be full of things, to abound or swarm
If Walls Could Talk--- - 1998 Antiques Finds Abound was released on: USA: 10 June 2007
Theories abound but nobody knows.
be plentiful, thrive, flourish, proliferate, be numerous
Intransitive, because it can't take a direct object. In the pond, fish abound. Fish (subject) abound (verb). The pond abounds with fish. Pond (subject) abounds (verb) with fish (prepositional phrase). But never this: The pond abounds fish. Pond (subject) abounds (verb) fish (direct object). That last construction doesn't exist.
mound, round, sound, wound, bound, rebound,
Farming and exploration. Hippies were abound.
Yes, reptiles are often eaten in countries where they abound.
Honeybees are found everywhere, apart from the Arctic and Antarctic.
Legends abound, which are impossible to verify.
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Her imagination runs wild sometimes. An author is someone with a wild imagination and the ability to put it into words. I need you to show more imagination in class.
Two to three million years ago. Ancient Chinese history and writings abound with mention of the panda. Two to three million years ago. Ancient Chinese history and writings abound with mention of the panda.
Sorry- while theories abound, the origin remains unknown.
abound, meaning to occur or exist in great quantities or numbers
cities crowded a bomb drops lands abound
Of course you can ! - Parasites abound anywhere there is dirt
The noun abundance is the noun form of the verb "abound."
Rumors abound, but her Wikipedia profile does not mention the controversy.
The human animal is dominant in London, but rats will always abound in this urban jungle.
Kiwis, dairy farms, vineyards, and sheep farms abound in New Zealand.
You can find lots of furniture stores online; and specialists abound.
Deserts are usually devoid of life, but desert scrubs are abound with wonderfully adapted plants and animals.
Websites abound on lists of Warships and Aircraft Carriers.