One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘omens and prodigies abound in his work’
be plentiful, be abundant, be numerous, proliferate, superabound, thrive, flourish, be thick on the ground
informal grow on trees
British informal be ten a penny, be two a penny
‘a beautiful stream which abounded with trout and eels’
be full of, overflow with, teem with, be packed with, be crowded with, be thronged with, be jammed with
be alive with, be overrun with, swarm with, bristle with, be bristling with, be infested with, be thick with
be crawling with, be lousy with, be stuffed with, be jam-packed with, be chock-a-block with, be chock-full of
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