Definition of abundantly in English:

abundantly

adverb

  • 1In large quantities; plentifully.

    ‘the plant grows abundantly in the wild’
    • ‘Jupiter frequently rules plants that grow abundantly and dandelion is a particularly good example.’
    • ‘When put into lab dishes, they grew abundantly, much as young fetal cells do.’
    • ‘He climbed down to the bottom, where shrubs and small trees grew abundantly at the base of the cliff.’
    • ‘They are found most abundantly in fruits and vegetables, but all plants have at least a small amount of antioxidants.’
    • ‘There's no sense alternating between Kraft Dinner and burgers all year in a city so abundantly stocked with the foods of the world.’
    • ‘It grows abundantly in temperate regions of Europe and Asia, and has also become common in N. America since the arrival of Europeans.’
    • ‘Wild parsley grows so abundantly at the top of our steep section that I've never needed to plant any in the garden.’
    • ‘Shopping will be a snap, because the thing you most desire will be whatever is most abundantly available.’
    • ‘It grows so abundantly in the Kiwi sunshine that, sadly, it is declared a noxious weed.’
    • ‘Hunting became more complex, and fish and bird bones show up abundantly for the first time in food refuse.’
    • ‘But it was not too hard to do this at this time of year when wild grass grew abundantly in the fields.’
    • ‘Thailand exhibited an attractive art form using natural material that is abundantly available in the country.’
    • ‘Through painstaking efforts, he put together a bicycle made of bamboo, abundantly available in his state.’
    • ‘The short-fall was made more acute by the fact that the areas in the west of the province had richer soils, and were more abundantly irrigated.’
    • ‘Amaranth is a grain which grows abundantly in India, and in many other countries.’
    • ‘Plastic bags, crisp packets, plastic bottles and soggy newspapers lie abundantly in the verges, or caught in trees and hedges.’
    • ‘Many of the plants used in British medicine came from Europe where they grew more abundantly in the warmer climate and could be dried more easily.’
    • ‘It's not just marigolds and magnolias that grow abundantly in the fecund heat of the South.’
    • ‘He led her to a meadow on the outskirts of town where the grass was lush and flowers grew abundantly.’
    • ‘Without the forests shading the mountain's flanks, grass grows abundantly.’
    • ‘Fresh herbs, vegetables and fruit grow abundantly and are gathered daily.’
    copiously, plentifully, amply, profusely, exuberantly, prolifically, luxuriantly, in profusion, in abundance, in great quantity, in large quantities, in plenty, aplenty, in huge numbers, freely, extensively, everywhere, all over the place
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    1. 1.1as submodifier Extremely.
      ‘my boss made it abundantly clear that if I didn't like it, I should look for another job’
      • ‘Recent research has made it abundantly clear that females are not passive participants in sexual reproduction.’
      • ‘The preface to the reader made it abundantly clear that it was aimed not at erudite ecclesiastical theologians but at ordinary people.’
      • ‘I believe I've made it abundantly clear that this is a pointless retelling of an old story.’
      • ‘Anyway, the author made it abundantly clear that the tragic event should not be undermined or forgotten.’
      • ‘He'd made it abundantly clear that it was an extremely risky game to play.’
      • ‘And he's made it abundantly clear that he knows absolutely nothing whatsoever about football.’
      • ‘If I haven't already made it abundantly clear, I loved every minute of The Wire.’
      • ‘He made it abundantly clear to me that he didn't agree with my decision.’
      • ‘But had she wanted to return to research, her colleagues made it abundantly clear that there was no problem with her coming back.’
      • ‘Global atmospherics made it abundantly clear that thinking globally and acting locally were not enough.’
      • ‘He had made it abundantly clear that he regarded his rights as unassailable.’
      • ‘Last week, she made her intentions abundantly clear, especially to those who doubted that she had the balls to run for high office.’
      • ‘I was not with her in Greece but the press reports of her remarks seem abundantly clear.’
      • ‘I think I've made it abundantly clear over the years that I'm nothing if not a charitable guy.’
      • ‘Seth sat and surveyed what was going on this Christmas Eve, abundantly glad that he decided to spend it with his new friends.’
      • ‘The Maltese have made it abundantly clear over the years that they would love to host Eurovision, even promising to build a new stadium if needs be.’
      • ‘It is made abundantly clear to campesinos out in the countryside that to grow coca is against the law.’
      • ‘Without saying one word, she made it abundantly clear in our first class together that she considered me lower than dirt.’
      • ‘He nipped at me and made it abundantly clear that I was not to touch him during feeding time.’
      • ‘She made it abundantly clear to me that she wanted to be with you, Austin.’
      extremely, exceedingly, exceptionally, especially, extraordinarily, extra, tremendously, immensely, vastly, hugely, singularly, significantly, distinctly, outstandingly, uncommonly, unusually, decidedly, particularly, eminently, supremely, highly, remarkably, really, truly, mightily, thoroughly
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Pronunciation

abundantly

/əˈbʌnd(ə)ntli/