Adjective "Overabundance" definition and examples

(Overabundance may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˌəʊv(ə)rəˈbʌnd(ə)ns/

Definitions and examples

noun

An excessive quantity.
  1. 'George was not blessed with an overabundance of intellect'
  2. 'In an age of information overabundance, we need cultural elites more than ever to stand over and above the cultural morass of mediocrity.'
  3. 'It's divided into simple categories and the pages aren't stuffed with an overabundance of information.'
  4. 'With perceptions of safety and liquidity enveloping the entire American credit-creating process, credit is issued today in unparalleled overabundance.'
  5. 'We're also wasting precious natural resources to fuel the American appetite for an overabundance of food.'
  6. 'They target a variety of subjects, including formalism in art, our current obsession with terrorism, and American overabundance.'

More definitions

noun

1. an excessive amount or abundance; surfeit: an overabundance of sugar in the diet.

Origin

(overabundance)