Definition of Abounded

1. Verb. (past of abound) ¹



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Definition of Abounded

1. abound [v] - See also: abound

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abounded

abortuses
abos
aboue
abought
aboulia
aboulias
aboulic
aboulomania
abound
abound in
abound with
aboundance
aboundances
aboundant
aboundaunce
abounded (current term)
aboundeth
abounding
aboundingly
abounds
about
about(p)
about-face
about-faced
about-faces
about-facing
about-sledge
about-sledges
about-turn
about-turns

Literary usage of Abounded

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1. History and Repository of Pulpit Eloquence, (deceased Divines,) Containing by Henry Clay Fish (1856)
"Still the offense abounded, and multiplied as the sands on the sea-shore. ... Where sin abounded to condemn, grace hath much more abounded to justify. ..."

2. The Universal Restoration: Exhibited in Four Dialogues Between a Minister by Elhanan Winchester (1844)
"For if this was not to be the case, it never could be true, that "where sin abounded, grace did much more abound ;" for it never would abound quite so much; ..."

3. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1901)
"The relations of the queen and emperor abounded in irony. Meanwhile the nation was in the throes of the Indian mutiny—a crisis more trying j previous June, ..."

4. The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Cæsar, to the Revolution by David Hume (1810)
"... the other hand, abounded in corn, in carts, wagons, and horses; that, therefore, would have been the fitter colony for forwarding military operations. ..."

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