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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsurfeitsur‧feit /ˈsɜːfɪt $ ˈsɜːr-/ noun formal   a surfeit of something
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surfeitBoth have been suffering from a surfeit of squash, according to the man who manages them, Norman Norrington.The world has a surfeit of mediocre drummers.A surfeit of rock dust blocked their vision and irritated their throats.This was about surfeit of the senses.Then, too, repeated visits to cultural monuments doubtless palled in time, natural curiosity withered by sheer surfeit.It's not excess of turkey and plum pudding that has been indigestible; it's the surfeit of news.
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