Adjective(1) most excessively abundant
(1) Silicon is superabundant ; it is cheap; its products are light to transport: its production carries few and small pollution risks; its power demands are low.(2) He provides superabundant food for thousands of people.(3) Many will only add to the already superabundant store of bad writing.(4) Explanatory metaphors for ├ö├ç├┐this├ö├ç├û ├ö├ç├┐it├ö├ç├û ├ö├ç├┐things├ö├ç├û are now superabundant so that the reader is made certain what is being talked about.(5) If predators such as raccoons are superabundant in small forest fragments, then increased predation from these animals could be an important source of mortality for bats roosting within these habitats.(6) Truly cold-blooded animals like lizards, newts, turtles, and crocodilians, which are superabundant farther south are missing, he said.(7) When the idea becomes common property it is like any other superabundant element in production, a free good and no longer a productive factor in the effective economic sense.(8) Similarly, he assumed that migrants can only occur where food is superabundant .(9) Members of such groups sometimes even feed peacefully side by side on superabundant resources in areas of territorial overlap, as occurs in the baboons I studied.(10) However, a more important reason, and the basic one, was surely that fuel has long been in short supply in the Near East but used to be superabundant in Europe, as deforestation proceeded.(11) Nomadic species take advantage of temporary superabundant food resources that are unpredictable in time and space.(12) Their ruthless exploitation was guided by the myth of superabundance : the belief that water, soil, forests, wildlife and fisheries were inexhaustible.(13) The superabundance of media is truly unprecedented, and so is the challenge that they pose to our autonomy as thinking individuals rather than just consumers.(14) Yet it is superabundantly clear that the personal mental and emotional experience accompanying the collective concept of ├ö├ç├┐red├ö├ç├û is vastly different from person to person.(15) In Finland, blessed with a superabundance of trees, wood has assumed the status of national material, its expressive and regenerative qualities forging a powerful connection with the Finnish psyche.(16) Such looks of acceptance would make my very soul soar up and I would feel great and superabundantly happy.
1. superabundant ::
2. immeasurable ::
3. insufficient ::
4. inadequate ::
5. superfluous ::
6. plentiful ::
7. ample ::
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