abound

Pronunciation /əˈbaʊnd/
verb
[no object]
1 Exist in large numbers or amounts.
1.1 abound in/with Have in large numbers or amounts.

Origin
Middle English (in the sense ‘overflow, be abundant’): from Old French abunder, from Latin abundare ‘overflow’, from ab- ‘from’ + undare ‘surge’ (from unda ‘a wave’).

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The season reminds us that no matter how many times we rake, aches in our shoulders will abound as the leaves keep coming down.

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