be plentiful

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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.>
Lobster used to be plentiful at forty feet, but U.S.
These are also areas where good detail should be plentiful.
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.