Rife



adjective
1.
of common or frequent occurrence; prevalent; in widespread existence, activity, or use:
Crime is rife in the slum areas of our cities.
2.
current in speech or report:
Rumors are rife that the government is in financial difficulty.
3.
abundant, plentiful, or numerous.
4.
abounding (usually followed by with).
adjective (postpositive)
1.
of widespread occurrence; prevalent or current: rumour was rife in the village
2.
very plentiful; abundant
3.
(foll by with) abounding (in): a land rife with poverty

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