There are no wrenching epiphanies, just mild embarrassments and a surfeit of confusion.
The culture wars have presented us with a surfeit of either/ors.
He departed this life without having a surfeit of any sort of victuals, not even of barley cake.
She was ready to meet love with a surfeit of the rich gifts which she had at her command.
They were not few, and a surfeit of publicity is a sufficient reason for not enumerating them here.
There was enough to surfeit twice as many persons as sat down to table.
Now will I give my sword, that hath hungered so long, to surfeit on the heart-eaters!
Lily began, but soon stopped: the subject led to a surfeit of quarreling.
At the present day, we, of the easier classes, are in a state of surfeit and disgrace after meat.
“I hope the poor people will not get a surfeit,” remarked Harry.