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- v. archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abound.
- abound + -eth (Wiktionary)
“And because all merchants give and take, they give that they have and take that they have not; Jesu Christ in this merchandise gave and took, he took that which in this world aboundeth, that is to wit, to be born to labour and to die, he gave again to us to be born spiritually, to rise and reign perdurably.”
“The whole comment is a development of the word perisseuei "aboundeth," whence he infers that they were "more abundant," perissa: (as, plainly, the bodily sufferings of the army of Martyrs have been more numerous.)”
““O my mother, no harm shall befall thee, now I am come; so have no concern, for these saddle bags are full of gold and gems, and good aboundeth with me.””
“Al – Saláhitah,35 which aboundeth in sandal-wood when the captain cast anchor, — And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of day and ceased saying her permitted say.”
“Abide with me; for the Lord is bountiful and good aboundeth with me.”
““My advice is that thou pluck out thy wing-feathers, wherewith thou speedest thy flight, and tarry with us in tranquillity, eating of our meat and drinking of our drink in this pasturage, that aboundeth in trees rife with fruits yellow-ripe and we will sojourn, we and thou, in this fruitful stead and enjoy the company of one another.””
“Rejoined the fox, laughing, “How excellent is what the learned say of him who aboundeth in ignorance like unto thee!””
“If there be iron ore, and streams whereupon to set the mills, iron is a brave commodity where wood aboundeth.”
“Wood commonly aboundeth but too much; and therefore timber is fit to be one.”
“Where sin aboundeth, grace aboundeth much more, Rom.v. 20.”
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