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abundant
used in David Copperfield

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  • I had abundant occupation for my thoughts, in every conspicuous landmark on the road.
    Chapters 19-21 (27% in)
  • There was a sharp bracing air; the ground was dry; the sea was crisp and clear; the sun was diffusing abundance of light, if not much warmth; and everything was fresh and lively.
    Chapters 19-21 (66% in)
  • There was an abundance of bright lights, and there was music, and there were ladies down in the boxes, and I don't know what more.
    Chapters 22-24 (96% in)
  • There were many things to be brought up from the beach and stored in the outhouse — as oars, nets, sails, cordage, spars, lobster-pots, bags of ballast, and the like; and though there was abundance of assistance rendered, there being not a pair of working hands on all that shore but would have laboured hard for Mr. Peggotty, and been well paid in being asked to do it, yet she persisted, all day long, in toiling under weights that she was quite unequal to, and fagging to and fro on all...
    Chapters 31-33 (29% in)
  • In one way and another,' said I, conscious of reddening a little as I thought of the hours and hours I had devoted to fagging about town, and to and fro upon the Norwood Road, 'I have abundance of time.'
    Chapters 34-36 (51% in)
  • Of there being a breakfast, with abundance of things, pretty and substantial, to eat and drink, whereof I partake, as I should do in any other dream, without the least perception of their flavour; eating and drinking, as I may say, nothing but love and marriage, and no more believing in the viands than in anything else.
    Chapters 43-45 (18% in)

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