"The room abounded with screaming children"
"The garden bristled with toddlers"
The discontent which abounds in the world.
English titles abounded now in Hollywood.
Fish abound in this river.
Wild animals abound in the park.
Wild animals abound in this forest.
Wild birds abound in Oxfordshire.
This garden abounds in flowers.
The countryside abounds in wild life of every kind.
The place abounds in legendary lore.
The ship abounds in conveniences.
Tulips abound in Holland.
The region abounds in coal.
China abounds in prawns.
The country abounds in mineral resources.
Iraq abounds in oil.
He abounds in courage.
He abounds in wealth.
He abounded in humbug.
She abounds in charity.
He abounds in good intentions.
The young soldiers abound in vigour and courage.
This country abounds in opportunities.
His poetry abounds in imagery.
Secret police agents abounded in that country.
Some languages abound in figurative expressions.
Some languages abound in idioms.
That river abounds with salmon.
This place used to abound with snakes.
The ship abounds with rats.
Japan abounds with rain.
The British Museum abounds with old statues.
The streets abound with beggars and pickpockets.
English is a language abounding with idiomatic terms of expression.
The book abounds with misprints.
Distant forests were aglow with tropical colors and abounded with strange forms of life.