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Synonyms for excess

Synonyms for excess

an amount or quantity beyond what is needed, desired, or appropriate

immoderate indulgence, as in food or drink

being more than is needed, desired, or appropriate

Synonyms for excess

a quantity much larger than is needed

immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits

the state of being more than full

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excessive indulgence

more than is needed, desired, or required

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2d at 808 (discussing the terms of a partial settlement agreement in which plaintiff agreed not to pursue the defendant for claims in excess of the defendant's primary and excess coverage limits).
13) Some specific examples include: (1) that a demand was made and the amount of the demand; (2) whether the demand is within or in excess of policy limits; (3) the most recent evaluation by the insurer and defense counsel; (4) all offers made or authorized by the insurer; (5) the insured's right to contribute to the policy limits when a demand is made in excess of policy limits, without insisting that the insured do so in order to settle the case, and (6) in at least some jurisdictions, advise the insured of the right to retain independent counsel if a given demand is not going to be met by the carrier.
focuses on the issues counsel must consider before the excess liability trial in order to shield the excess carrier from potential bad faith exposure should the underlying case result in a verdict in excess of policy limits, and
When the underlying cases settled for an amount in excess of the combined limits of both primary policies, the excess insurer demanded that the primary insurer contribute the limits of both policies.
On the basis of actuarial calculations, the taxpayer contributed more than $35 million to fund the postretirement medical and death benefits for 1986 and in excess of $40 million for 1987.
residential construction services industry with consolidated sales in excess of $3 billion.
The 8,140 tonne submarine renamed INS Chakra can stay under water for 100 days and can travel at a speed in excess of 25 knots.
The first several months, in excess of 65 percent of those screened had no legal right to be in this country,'' Gallegly said.
For failures to distribute elective deferrals in excess of the Sec.
11) The fact that the insured will be liable for payments below a certain level should not create a conflict any more than the fact that the insured will be liable for payments in excess of the policy limit.
Pro forma interest coverage is expected to remain solid in excess of 8 times (x) following the transaction.
Named after an island situated on a tributary of river Kabani in Kerala, INS Karuva, measuring 52 meters in length and displacing 325 tons, can achieve speeds in excess of 30 knots.
The newest product, PassTime[TM] Elite, is expected to achieve volumes in excess of 100,000 units with the potential to reach as high as two Million units over the next five years.
The Ship propelled by three powerful 'Water Jets' can achieve speed in excess of 35 knots.
Under this 2007 capital spending program, Pioneer expects to deliver oil and gas production growth in excess of 10% from 2006 production of 35.