superabundant

[ soo-per-uh-buhn-duh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF superabundant
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Then it rapidly fell in price, owing to the superabundant supply.

Of what use, pray, is your superabundant technics if you can't make music?

It is good: it is superabundant—and there is nothing to pay.

It suddenly occurred to him that he might make use of this superabundant heat.

If it has a superabundant supply of labor, it must be rendered available.

When there was no outlet for her superabundant energy, she was genuinely unhappy.

And she has, also, what you have not, a superabundant strength.

All which belongs to it—all its merits, all its defects—in him are superabundant.

He naturally condemned Garricks action and gesture as superabundant.

In fact, all the meals of our hotel were good, and of course they were only too superabundant.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SUPERABUNDANT

dime a dozen

adjectivevery common or numerous
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