abounding

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abounding (comparative more abounding, superlative most abounding)

  1. Ample, plenty, abundant.
    abounding food
    an abounding stream

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Verb[edit]

abounding

  1. present participle of abound

Noun[edit]

abounding (plural aboundings)

  1. An abundance.
    • 1678, John Collinges, Several Discourses Concerning the Actual Providence of God
      Sin in its own nature tendeth to nothing, but the ruine and eternal destruction of a Soul: it must be from the aboundings of grace, if any good come to the soul from sin []