Oregon lacks in history and architectural aesthetics, something the eastern part of the country is rife with.
The article, by Jonathan Strong, is rife with scaremongering, anonymously sourced accusations.
rife with bright colors, her new pieces forgoe her signature polka dots for faces and eyes and are child-like in nature.
Speculation that the two are now set for a longer term relationship is rife, but it may be wide of the mark.
The real Russian economy is an antiquated mess, rife with bureaucratic inefficiency, a lack of competition, and epic corruption.
Of our Georgian poetry, it must suffice to note that here, too, the temper of adventure in form is rife.
Venice and Ravenna are belted in with swamps, and fevers are rife in the autumn.
Political questions were not rife—indeed were scarcely known among us.
And shortly after there was rife Many a sign of party strife.
In these uncertain conditions, speculation, usury and anarchy were rife.
Old English rife "abundant, common, prevalent," from Proto-Germanic *rif- (cf. Old Norse rifr, Swedish river, Norwegian riv, Middle Dutch riif, Middle Low German rive "abundant, generous"), said to be from PIE root *rei- "to scratch, tear, cut" "The prevalence of the word in early southern texts is in favour of its being native in English, rather than an adoption from Scandinavian." [OED]