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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuperabundancesu‧per‧a‧bun‧dance /ˌsuːpərəˈbʌndəns/ noun [singular] formal  LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTmore than enough of somethingsuperabundance of a superabundance of cars in our streetssuperabundant adjective
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superabundanceOnce, there had been a superabundance of leaves and spores close to the ground.Rebirthing, we were told, offered a superabundance of all good things with no sacrifice whatsoever.For Britain, the result was a superabundance of inexpensive labour.The noise of engines never varied and there was a huge superabundance of utterly empty sky to look at.Justice should be done but not in superabundance, he added.But it is certain that until recently a powerful stimulus was the superabundance of labour.
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