to stay great lots is very commonplace is abundant
- be numerous or abundant; occur in large volumes
- maintain circumstances of movement or activity
- To be in great plenty; to-be extremely common; to be plentiful.
- becoming copiously provided; -- followed by in or with.
early 14c., from Old French abonder "to abound, be plentiful, bond in great figures" (12c.), from Latin abundare "overflow, run-over," from Latin ab- "off" (see ab-) + undare "rise in a wave," from unda "water, wave" (see liquid (n.1)). Relevant: Abounded; abounding.
(v. i.) to stay great plenty; to-be really commonplace; become plentiful.
- (v. i.) is copiously supplied; -- followed by in or with.
Coal and fireclay abound in the vicinity, the Beaver river furnishes good water power, and the borough has various manufactures.