Abundances [noun]

Definition of Abundances:

great amount or supply

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Twitter said that it has not yet seen any evidence that these keys were compromised, but alerted developers out of an abundance of caution.

The Heat’s abundance of long, rangy stoppers allowed them to throw multiple bodies on Milwaukee’s two best players, Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton.

For example, surveys of the Gulf of Alaska in 2017 noted a large decline in the abundance of valuable Pacific cod, now known to be linked to the Blob heatwave that had ended the year before.

The farms race was about, how do you get the food from industrially productive, technologically sophisticated farms, to this display of abundance — and the display was really crucial.

At healthy sites, he found that grass and an abundance of mussels often occur together.

That invertebrate abundance startles me every time I walk the riverbank, a clue to an invisible city of bivalves under the water.

Despite an abundance of 21st century technology, we’re stuck in the 20th century.

There’s an abundance of such questions, but fewer now than before Maynard appeared on the scene.

The study explains why the total abundance estimates of water had been too low and also helps to resolve what happens when radiation from hot stars impinges on the surface of a molecular cloud.

Fruit-trees are clearly too scarce, though Cherries in abundance were offered for sale as we passed.