1. excessively abundant
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How To Use overabundant In A Sentence

  • And although such overabundant light is problematic in our age of energy consciousness, a substantial discussion concerning the use of less public and private illumination has taken second place to the more prominent campaign urging us to replace our incandescent suns with other, colder fluorescent suns, even though the adoption of compact fluorescent light is only trading one commodity for another. Jane Brox: Light! Less Light! The Evolution Of Artificial Light
  • Apparently, as underrepresented as female students were on the school's roof, they're overabundant in the hives themselves, where, according to principal Durnford — whose time seems to have been well-spent at beekeeping classes — males have little function besides mating with the queen. Generating Buzz, and Honey
  • It seems like a waste of space to list the overabundant $75, $125 and $199 "deals," so it's lucky there are a few plucky places offering something a little different this Valentine's Day. Not your usual Valentine's deals
  • The ability to manage overabundant information; and Students struggle with information literacy
  • A little black-and-white sign nearly covered by green leaves from some overabundant bushes. The Redleys
  • For most of the industry's history, however, oil has been overabundant, so its price has been too low to justify significant and costly innovations.
  • The grave issues involved in the current environmental dilemma include high population density, environmental pollution, an overabundant of silt in rivers and lakes, and the frequency of disasters.
  • Our brains aren't wired to cope with a culture in which calorie-laden foods are overabundant. Times, Sunday Times
  • My first impression is of overabundant largesse, undercut with its flip side, a socially anxious desperation to please. Times, Sunday Times
  • Historically, civilizations have been observed to decline in accordance with an overabundant growth in population that the environment cannot support. G. Roger Denson: Homosexuality as Population Control? Nature's Restraint on Procreative Extravagance
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