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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overabound.
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For whereas sin abounded, grace overabounded, and was more, etc.
The execution of this project became the less difficult for him, because the Romish church began to perceive, that she overabounded in monks, and that she wanted some supply of learning, in order to oppose the inquisitive, or rather disputative humor of the reformers.