Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Now, once and for all, what we understand this to mean is merely this: a super-abundance of faith.

This super-abundance of desire is not necessarily good or bad, of itself.

There is no worse misfortune for art than a super-abundance of it.

I have increased the average number of syllables in the line to better adapt it to our super-abundance of short syllables.

Doctor Holland used to say that there is a super-abundance of inspiration in America, but a lamentable dearth of perspiration.

Besides there was a super-abundance rather than a lack of competent state officers.

Rather to my surprise, for he had not so far shown a super-abundance of courage, Fray Ignacio seemed equal to the occasion.

Washington began his life with a super-abundance of everything aristocratic in his age.

To a great extent these plateaus are deprived of water, but the valleys have a super-abundance.

It is true that workmen are required to set machinery in motion; but for this we have men in plenty, in super-abundance.