Origin of abundant
Examples from the Web for abundantly
Davis makes it abundantly clear she wanted to carry this baby to term.
Given that, it was abundantly clear that NBC was going to star-cast the lead in Peter Pan with a famous person.
All meals are packed (abundantly) into Styrofoam containers and bagged with plastic utensils.
Iran has made it abundantly clear that it too supports the Syrian government.
My friends instantly, abundantly, responded, some agreeing with the premise, others either objecting or not fully absorbing it.
While slow in coming in bearing, after fruiting begins the trees bear regularly and abundantly.The Pears of New York|U. P. Hedrick
He was very expert in the chase, and supplied them abundantly with food.
Yet it must have been abundantly plain to the reader that the other evils existing were great and glaring.The Chronicles of Newgate, v. 2/2|Arthur Griffiths
She feared to provoke that again, so made no fishing comment; but she was abundantly curious of what his choice would be.Love and Lucy|Maurice Henry Hewlett
Naphthaline crystals destroy mites and they cannot exist where it is abundantly present.Taxidermy and Zoological Collecting|William T. Hornaday
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Word Origin for abundant
Word Origin and History for abundantly
late 14c., from Old French abundant and directly from Latin abundantem (nominative abundans) "overflowing," present participle of abundare "to overflow" (see abound). Related: Abundantly.