Antonyms for super-abundant

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The hospitality of our host was super-abundant, and his table crowded not only with native but with many European luxuries.

In some cases a super-abundant physique has incapacitated actors from playing many parts.

The pleasures of society both fatigued and rested Browning; they certainly relieved him from the troubles of super-abundant force.

It would seem as if the criminal supply were super-abundant, or that death on the gallows had no deterrent influence.

The more northerly Huns were checked and their super-abundant energies were turned westward.

They pass much of their super-abundant leisure in somewhat noisy assemblages where eating and drinking play a principal part.

A small portion of one of them will not suffice to repress hmorrhage, or to diminish a super-abundant secretion.

There seemed to be a super-abundant supply of energy in Tom that had to be worked off.

Wax, drugs, and cotton are super-abundant in the islands, whither the Chinese go to obtain them by barter.

For we may safely suppose that excellence will never be super-abundant, nor quality be found in hordes.