surfeit


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Synonyms for surfeit

Synonyms for surfeit

to satisfy to the full or to excess

immoderate indulgence, as in food or drink

the condition of being full to or beyond satisfaction

Synonyms for surfeit

the state of being more than full

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the quality of being so overabundant that prices fall

eating until excessively full

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supply or feed to surfeit

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indulge (one's appetite) to satiety

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Our local grocery store stocked an array of antimalarial medications (prescription only, stateside), and the visible surfeit of options prompted us to question the recommendations of our Western and Burmese physicians.
Recommendations for fundamental tax reform, characterized by bold, new thinking about how and what we should tax or, alternatively, a surfeit of tinkering with existing taxing regimes and patterns?
We're introduced to a surfeit of characters that manage to get themselves into one catastrophe after another.
So please notice that several serious analysts have suggested that the Chinese banking system looks rather like Japan's on the eve of the bursting bubble: lots of bad loans, extensive graft, and a "'family structure" wrecked by the disastrous "planning'" system that has produced a surfeit of males.
The most successful example in recent times was the Barcelona Olympics of 1992 (AR August 1992), which kick-started a seismic city-wide regeneration that still continues today: but the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea (AR October 2001) produced a surfeit of expensive stadiums.
Because the process is so well established, it boasts a stable cost structure and a surfeit of vendors willing to provide services that range from inexpensive, quick turnaround jobs to high-end printed products that use special inks, paper stocks, coatings, or other elements.
Fasting allowed us to pay attention to other things, as well: how habits limit our imagination and thus our ability; how spiritually hungry and impoverished we are; the amazing physical bounty that we are blinded to because of the sheer surfeit of it.
The population-control market is saturated, with a surfeit of contraceptives in many developing countries that otherwise lack basic medicines.
Here in Canada our church is confronted with the sins of the fathers causing grave embarrassment and shame, not to mention a surfeit of court cases and threatened bankruptcies.
The others have the experience, skills, and common sense to prevent the Committee from becoming paralyzed with a surfeit of two-handed economists.
The scenario plays true to the trio rules--one of them caves in from an attack of conscience--but Stein masks the deja vu with a surfeit of technique and a splash of neo-Valley Girl satire.
In people with high blood sugar, such as those with diabetes who don't control their diet or who fail to take insulin, a surfeit of glucose boosts Bax production.
My own preference would be to see him impeached for some weightier misdeed than bedding down a White House intern and urging her to lie about it, and his record provides a surfeit of these.
It stood for wealth and surfeit, and for wasting and decay.
Probably she doesn't want to condemn every product encomium, and if that is true, the reader is left to infer a mere surfeit of praise, no felony.