OTHER WORDS FOR surfeit
Origin of surfeit
OTHER WORDS FROM surfeitun·sur·feit·ed, adjectiveun·sur·feit·ing, adjective
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How to use surfeit in a sentence
Both on and off the hill, you’ll find a vibrant, joyful surfeit of international ski bums and upper-crust ski culture crammed happily into a few isolated buildings and some of the most glorious ski runs in the world.7 South American Ski Resorts to Satisfy Your Summer Powder Craving|POM Administrator|July 22, 2022|Outside Online
In fact, a surfeit of low gears can even act to undermine your morale.Why Your Bike’s Gear Ratio Is Less Important than You Think|Fred Dreier|July 21, 2022|Outside Online
There are no wrenching epiphanies, just mild embarrassments and a surfeit of confusion.Paul Auster, Bernhard Schlink, and More of This Week’s Hot Reads: Aug. 13, 2012|Mythili Rao|August 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The culture wars have presented us with a surfeit of either/ors.
They drank till from very surfeit they fell down stricken; and three hundred died, slain by the element of life.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
Then the wild beasts hid in the thickets made of them a prey, and they who escaped this evil, perished from the poison of surfeit.
She would have preferred open, antagonistic originality, but she got a surfeit of clear, mirror-like peace.The Butterfly House|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
People were no longer sickened by sloth and surfeit, or deformed and depleted by overwork and famine.A Traveler from Altruria: Romance|William Dean Howells
He smelt the Prince's breath, and swore that it stank of a surfeit of undigested Martellian verses.The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi; Volume the first|Count Carlo Gozzi