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[soo-per-uh-buhn-duh nt] /ˌsu pər əˈbʌn dənt/
exceedingly or excessively abundant; more than sufficient; excessive.
Origin of superabundant
late Middle English
1375-1425; late Middle English < Late Latin superabundant- (stem of superabundāns), present participle of superabundāre to superabound; see abundant
Related forms
superabundance, noun
superabundantly, adverb Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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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?

    Old Fogy James Huneker
  • It is good: it is superabundant—and there is nothing to pay.

    Roundabout Papers William Makepeace Thackeray
  • It suddenly occurred to him that he might make use of this superabundant heat.

    Shifting Winds R.M. Ballantyne
  • 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.

    Heroines of Service Mary Rosetta Parkman
  • And she has, also, what you have not, a superabundant strength.

    The Sea Jules Michelet
  • All which belongs to it—all its merits, all its defects—in him are superabundant.

    The Bird Jules Michelet
  • He naturally condemned Garricks action and gesture as superabundant.

    Haunted London Walter Thornbury
  • In fact, all the meals of our hotel were good, and of course they were only too superabundant.

    Familiar Spanish Travels W. D. Howells

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