be plentiful

References in classic literature ?
A man had need, if he be plentiful in some kind of expense, to be as saving again in some other.
1 : to be plentiful : teem <Salmon abound in the river.
Opportunities in the engineering industry seem to be plentiful, although a USDA/Purdue University study indicates that the number of graduates in the next few years will outweigh the number of jobs.
According to this view, these substances would be plentiful in areas where life was flourishing.