1. a quantity much larger than is needed
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How To Use nimiety In A Sentence

  • A more serious blemish with most modern poetry, is nimiety, the tendency to dilute the general effect by repetition.
  • She could not forgive the nimiety of blunders and Carmen offered no apologies.
  • Fram doesn't like nimiety; he dislikes especially nimiety of presents.
  • There are moments in Bach when I would accuse him of nimiety, a pedantic thoroughness, more artifice than art.
  • We now seem to live in a country that is wrestling between issues of scarcity and nimiety—in which we feel compelled to voice our concerns, complaints, and opinions.
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