overabundant

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It was overabundant confirmation of the priest's announcement.

Competition is largely in abeyance when the business any one can have is overabundant.

Simultaneously, we began to have a series of overabundant crops.

A similar condition of overabundant water in soil may be due to the presence of springs or to a high water table.

Conversely, when one or more of these humors was overabundant or in less than adequate supply, disease resulted.

The narrative drags under the burden of overabundant detail; and the story may deserve to be called dull at times.

The destruction of overabundant young, the thinning down of superfluous numbers, may be an economic advantage.

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