Tales like this, of sailors wandering the desert for miles searching for food and water, abound amid the brutality of the region.
In the second game, free-flowing attacking soccer should abound as Argentina takes on Mexico.
While jokes about “tucking and shaving” and “Ken in heels” abound, writers cheer, to varying degrees of enthusiasm, the design.
Cheesecake photos of Ann Coulter abound, and everywhere you look the NRA is urging you to “Stand and Fight!”
Until then, however, theories will continue to abound about what happened to Amelia Earhart.
In the afternoon the soldiers went to hunt and brought in an antelope (barrendo), with which the land seemed to abound.
He lives on hayseed,—everywhere he's found, But in the country he does most abound.
These mines seem to have been known to the antients, who considered Ethiopia to abound in gold.
The Saw flies (Tenthredo), etc., abound in our gardens this month.
Again, the shells of oysters, which abound in some parts of the river are also used to make mortar with good results.