abundantly


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a·bun·dant

 (ə-bŭn′dənt)
adj.
1. Occurring in abundance: abundant crops. See Synonyms at plentiful.
2. Having an abundance of something; abounding: a region abundant in wildlife.

[Middle English aboundant, from Old French abondant, from Latin abundāns, abundant-, present participle of abundāre, to overflow; see abound.]

a·bun′dant·ly adv.

abundantly

(əˈbʌndəntlɪ)
adv
1. very: he made his disagreement with her abundantly clear.
2. plentifully; in abundance
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.abundantly - in an abundant mannerabundantly - in an abundant manner; "they were abundantly supplied with food"; "he thanked her profusely"

abundantly

adverb
Translations
بِوَفْرَة، بِغَزَارَة، بِكَثْرَة
hojně
ríkulega
výdatne
bol bolbol miktarda

abundantly

[əˈbʌndəntlɪ] ADVabundantemente
he made it abundantly clear to me thatme dejó meridianamente claro que ...

abundantly

[əˈbʌndəntli] adv
[clear, plain, obvious, apparent] → tout à fait
to make sth abundantly clear → signifier très clairement qch
[grow] → à foison; [available] → en grande quantité; [illustrated] → abondamment, copieusement

abundantly

advreichlich; growin Hülle und Fülle, üppig; to make it abundantly clear that …mehr als deutlich zu verstehen geben, dass …; it was abundantly clear (to me) that …es war (mir) mehr als klar, dass …; that is abundantly obviousdas ist mehr als offensichtlich

abundantly

[əˈbʌndəntlɪ] advin grande abbondanza
he made it abundantly clear to me that ... → mi ha fatto chiaramente capire che...

abundance

(əˈbandəns) noun
a large amount. an abundance of food; There was food in abundance.
aˈbundant adjective
plentiful. abundant proof.
aˈbundantly adverb
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The latter are abundantly amusing, and, in view of the wonderful "travellers' tales" with which we have been entertained by African explorers, they can scarcely be considered extravagant; while the ingenuity and invention of the author will be sure to excite the surprise and the admiration of the reader, who will find M.
Brother, these people know you, and your active support will bear fruit abundantly.
He gave his own goats just sufficient food to keep them alive, but fed the strangers more abundantly in the hope of enticing them to stay with him and of making them his own.
In the first place, he is thought just, and therefore bears rule in the city; he can marry whom he will, and give in marriage to whom he will; also he can trade and deal where he likes, and always to his own advantage, because he has no misgivings about injustice and at every contest, whether in public or private, he gets the better of his antagonists, and gains at their expense, and is rich, and out of his gains he can benefit his friends, and harm his enemies; moreover, he can offer sacrifices, and dedicate gifts to the gods abundantly and magnificently, and can honour the gods or any man whom he wants to honour in a far better style than the just, and therefore he is likely to be dearer than they are to the gods.
After all, as Conseil said, we enjoyed perfect liberty, we were delicately and abundantly fed.
Bartholomew was not due to Charles IX's will, though he gave the order for it and thought it was done as a result of that order; and strange as it may seem to suppose that the slaughter of eighty thousand men at Borodino was not due to Napoleon's will, though he ordered the commencement and conduct of the battle and thought it was done because he ordered it; strange as these suppositions appear, yet human dignity- which tells me that each of us is, if not more at least not less a man than the great Napoleon- demands the acceptance of that solution of the question, and historic investigation abundantly confirms it.
The reasoning on this head has been abundantly exemplified by the experience of all federal constitutions with which we are acquainted, and of all others which have borne the least analogy to them.
And it is well that nature has so graciously and abundantly lighted the Martian night, for the green men of Mars, being a nomadic race without high intellectual development, have but crude means for artificial lighting; depending principally upon torches, a kind of candle, and a peculiar oil lamp which generates a gas and burns without a wick.
To live, and live abundantly, to sting with life, to be alive (which is to be what he is), it is good that man be life-blinded and sense-struck.
Yet this provision is greatly increased, beyond what is really necessary, by folly and vanity, which create abundantly more wants than nature.
On the banks of the Plata, where, from the vast number of cattle and horses, the fine plains of turf are richly manured, it is vain to seek the many kinds of dung-feeding beetles, which occur so abundantly in Europe.
All being ready at last, it remained to place the projectile in the Columbiad, an operation abundantly accompanied by dangers and difficulties.