superabundant

[soo-per-uh-buhn-duhnt]
adjective
exceedingly or excessively abundant; more than sufficient; excessive.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English < Late Latin superabundant- (stem of superabundāns), present participle of superabundāre to superabound; see abundant

superabundance, noun
superabundantly, adverb
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superabound (ˌsuːpərəˈbaʊnd)
 
vb
1.  (intr) to abound abnormally; be in surplus
2.  rare to be more abundant than (something else)
 
superabundance
 
n
 
supera'bundant
 
adj

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Example sentences
Effects of superabundant oxygen on thermal tolerance of goldfish.
As a result, the biocontrol agents became superabundant.
Superabundant food resources drive migrating shorebirds to build fat reserves needed to complete migration routes.
We looked on and smiled, sympathizing with the evident delight of our visitor in his superabundant wardrobe.
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