over-abundance[ oh-ver-uh-buhn-duhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-abundance
Synonyms for over-abundance
- embarrassment of riches
- too much
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-ABUNDANCE
The rich are unhappy through their over-abundance, and the poor through their poverty.
You know how an over-abundance flows to you from the deprivations of the neglected.
Im not sure that I have an over-abundance of pluck, after all.
Sometimes there was an over-abundance on the board, and she had more money than she well knew how to spend.
And it is only fair to add that in Moore's best and most beautiful poems the over-abundance of imagery has disappeared.
"I believe you would die more certainly from lack of cigarettes than from an over-abundance of poison," said Genevra.
She suffered so much from over-abundance of ideas which she had not the physical strength to put on paper.
An over-abundance of food sets up irritations of many kinds which make people restive in mind and body and adds fuel to passion.