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

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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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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.
Before that point arrives, users would be wallowing in a surfeit of information and the PCs would have ceased to function.
CEO Karl Lopker attributes the surfeit of red ink to lower than expected license sales and a shift upmarket to selling products and services that incur a higher cost of sales.
Much of the emotional potential the plot might have had is squandered by a surfeit of cockpit talk alternating with carnal banalities.
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.
Processors shopping for MRP II and related manufacturing-management software systems have a surfeit of choices on their hands.
Its complex plot and surfeit of improperly explained futuristic ideas may have scared people off, but, more likely, the film failed to satisfy audiences on such basic levels as character, dialogue and performance.
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.
This, together with the adverse effects of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, which made income property less attractive to investors, and a surfeit of office space and apartments in various parts of the country, has produced a dearth of funds for even the most worthwhile projects.
ON THIS DAY 1135: Henry I died "of a surfeit of lampreys''.
Along the way, there are some lazy romantic dramas and a surfeit of shirtless men sitting around showing off their six-packs.