Abu'ndantly. adv. [from abundant.]
- In plenty.
Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life. Genesis, i. 20.
God on thee
Abundantly his gifts hath also pour'd;
Inward and outward both, his image fair. Par. Lost, b. viii.
- Amply, liberally, more than sufficiently.
What the example of our equals wants of authority, is abundantly supplied in the imaginations of friendship, and the repeated influences of a constant conversation. Rogers's Serm.
Heroic poetry has ever been esteemed the greatest work of human nature. In that rank has Aristotle placed it; and Longinus is so full of the like expressions, that he abundantly confirms the other's testimony. Dryden's State of Innocence, Pref.