OTHER WORDS FROM overabundanceo·ver·a·bun·dant, adjectiveo·ver·a·bun·dant·ly, adverb
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In the year before the pandemic, industry analysts were wondering whether the country was flooded with an overabundance of restaurants, shrinking profit margins toward zero.Those $300 pandemic checks aren’t the only reason restaurant employees might not want to go back to work|Micheline Maynard|May 31, 2021|Washington Post
The content bloat we experience is due to the overabundance of low to medium quality content.
What I think makes this notion a contradiction and hard pill to swallow as there is an overabundance of content and a lack of it at the same time.
The overabundance of insulin, and eventually glucose, begins to interfere with the health and function of multiple organ systems, leading to metabolic and cardiovascular disease.
Whether it was mentorship, collaborations, or connections, there was truly an overabundance of women supporting us.Canned wine might have been primed for socializing in the era of social distancing|Rachel King|November 8, 2020|Fortune
Another novel with an overabundance of periods and a dismissive attitude toward commas.Nicholson Baker, Katie Kitamura, and This Week’s Hot Reads: July 30, 2012|Jimmy So|July 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was like an electric shock to a group of editors operating in the bleary haze of jet lag, pasta, and fashion overabundance.
He looked and sounded presidential, save for the overabundance of hair product.
At the same time that she makes adequate provision she should not encourage extravagance by overabundance.The Expert Maid-Servant|Cristine Terhune Herrick
Val considered the hall below, which seemed suddenly peopled by an overabundance of oddly shaped shadows.Ralestone Luck|Andre Norton
A man like Munro is never blessed with an overabundance of friends.With Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga|W. Bert Foster
Many of the bearers of commissions knew little more than the men; and of such untrained officers there was an overabundance.The Life of John Marshall (Volume 1 of 4)|Albert J. Beveridge
The doctrine of implied powers is expounded with all of his peculiar force and clearness, but with some overabundance of verbiage.The Life of John Marshall (Volume 2 of 4)|Albert J. Beveridge