noun, plural su·per·flu·i·ties.
Origin of superfluity
Related Words for superfluityabundance, overabundance, plethora, plenty, excess, overplus, surplus, superabundance, extravagance, luxury, overflowing, superfluous
Examples from the Web for superfluity
Historical Examples of superfluity
The vacuity and the superfluity are thus partially compensated by each other.Cratylus
His tales are overladen with detail and superfluity of minute description.Maxim Gorki
The superfluity had become a necessity, and Knight was in love.A Pair of Blue Eyes
Marius found himself not in the least embarrassed by his superfluity of parents.Nicanor - Teller of Tales
C. Bryson Taylor
There was always a superfluity of gall in the diarist's ink.John Quincy Adams
John. T. Morse
Word Origin for superfluity
late 14c., from Old French superfluite (12c.), from Medieval Latin superfluitas, from superfluus (see superfluous).