Excess synonyms

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An abnormal condition characterized by an excess of blood in the circulatory system or in some part of it
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An extreme abundance; abundance to a vast degree that seems almost excessive.
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More than an abundance; superfluity; excess
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The excess of the assets of a business over its liabilities for a given period
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An excess, too much
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The quality or condition of being superfluous.
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Repetition of linguistic information inherent in the structure of a language, as singularity in the sentence It works.
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(Now rare) Redundancy.
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More than is needed
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More than is needed
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(Literally) A destructive capacity that exceeds that needed to destroy an enemy; especially with nuclear weapons.
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The state or quality of being fulsome or showing overdone and insincere flattery.
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(Uncountable) The quality of being exuberant; cheerful or vigorous enthusiasm; liveliness.
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(Egyptology) One of the three seasons of Ancient Egypt.
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The spillage resultant from overflow; excess.
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Behavior or an action that exceeds what is right or proper.
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Surfeit is an excessive amount of something, such as food or drink, or an illness caused by consuming something in excess.
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The property of being luxuriant.
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The state or characteristic of being lavish.
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More than is needed
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(Idiomatic) something which is overabundant at the moment and thus not in demand.
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A quantity which is excessive to the point of being inappropriate, harmful, or overwhelming.
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An excessive supply. [from 19th c.]
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An excessive and dangerous dose of a drug.
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Too great a load
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(Informal) A noseful.
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(Slang) Enough or more than enough of anything; all that one can bear
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More than is needed
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Something enjoyable or beneficial which, nevertheless, becomes bothersome or harmful in large quantities or over an extended period of time.
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The loss of energy from a physical system, most often in the form of heat.
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Excessive drinking of alcoholic liquor
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(Chiefly transport, law, healthcare) An excess of weight.
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The difference between the amount of a loan and the market value of the collateral securing it.
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A plentiful or abundant supply; enough or more than enough
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The amount or degree by which one quantity exceeds another:
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Great liberality or wastefulness
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A large quantity; many. [First attested around 1150 to 1350.]
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An excessive supply.
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A surplus; an excess.
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The amount by which actual costs exceed estimates.
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An additional charge
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An excessive charge or price.
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An instance of overvaluing.
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The portion that exceeds a minimum
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The portion that exceeds a minimum
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The definition of balance is the amount of something left over after additions and subtractions have been made.
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The part of a decedent’s estate that is not otherwise specifically bequeathed in a will; a future interest vested in a third person, and intended to occur after the termination of the preceding estate(s). For instance if a grant is made “to Bob for life, and then to Erica,” Erica’s interest upon the death of Bob is the remainder.
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That or those remaining:
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(Chem.) The matter remaining at the end of a process, as after evaporation, combustion, or filtration; residual product
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A worthless and incidental residuum, as scraps from a meal or shavings or sawdust from wood.
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(Obsolete) refusal
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Something produced in the process of making something else. When plants produce carbohydrates by photosynthesis, oxygen is released as a by-product. Asphalt and paraffin are by-products of the process of refining crude oil into gasoline.
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Plural form of tailing
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Tare is defined as the weight of a container before it is filled or loaded.
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Plural form of leftover
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Lack is defined as you are in a position or state where you do not have something or where you do not have enough of something.
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A scarce supply; a lack:
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(Geometry) The amount by which the number of double points on a curve is short of the maximum for curves of the same degree.
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Catering to someone's every desire
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Excessively sweet.
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Great in quantity or number, profuse, abundant; taking place on a large scale.
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Out of proportion, as in size, shape, or amount.
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The definition of excessive is something or someone that goes beyond what is normal, acceptable or necessary.
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The definition of exorbitant is something that is excessive or goes beyond reasonable.
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The definition of extortionate is a price that is much too high, or the act of using threats or power to behave unfairly.
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Extreme; wild; excessive; unrestrained.
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Participating or tending to participate in a very dangerous or difficult sport:
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Excessively flattering (connoting insincerity).
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Not moderate; without restraint; unreasonable, excessive, etc.
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Lacking restraint or moderation; too great or too many; immoderate
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Severe or violent; inclement
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The definition of lavish is very generous or abundant.
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Of, characteristic of, or having a neurosis
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The definition of officious is offering unwanted advice or services, often in an overbearing way.
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Of, or relating to pleonasm.
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Characterized by an overabundance of blood.
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The definition of profuse is a generous person or something that gives freely or in large amounts.
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Unnecessary to the meaning
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(Usage Problem) Complete:
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Pertaining to supererogation; doing more than is required, especially with reference to good works in Roman Catholicism
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The definition of superfluous is something that is more than needed or unnecessary.
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(Gram.) Designating or of the extreme degree of comparison of adjectives and adverbs; expressing the greatest degree of the quality or attribute expressed by the positive degree: usually indicated by the suffix -est (hardest) or by the use of most with the positive form (most beautiful)
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Greater in number than.
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Indulgence in sensual pleasures; scandalous activities involving sex, alcohol, or drugs without inhibition.
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Alternative form of exorbitance.
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A going beyond reasonable or proper limits in conduct or speech; unreasonable excess
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The definition of a flood is an overflowing of water onto normally dry land.
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(Uncountable) Extra benefit.
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Lack of moderation.
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The quality of being inordinate; unreasonable excess.
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State of being in excess, possessing more than is needed.
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The period of time during which this takes place
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Excessive indulgence
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Too great an amount; excess
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Any unnecessary or superfluous language or facts in evidence or in pleadings.
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The state of being rampant.
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The state of being perfectly satiated.
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A period of little activity; a lull:
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Doing more than is required.
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An overabundance; a great amount
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(Finance) A greater disbursement than the charge of the accountant amounts to.
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An excess of words beyond those needed to express concisely what is meant; wordiness
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The excess use of words, especially using more than are needed for clarity or precision; long-windedness
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The condition or quality of lacking something usual or necessary:
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Necessity; obligation:
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Inability or failure of an organ or tissue to perform its normal function
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Poverty is the state of being poor, having little money or being in need of a specific quality.
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A falling short of what is expected or required; defect or deficiency
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Lack of the ordinary necessities of life
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A depriving or being deprived
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The system or range of economic activity in a country, region, or community:
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The state or quality of being moderate; avoidance of extremes
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An overabundance:
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The property of being excessive.
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(Archaic, 17-19th centuries) A thing that is extravagant.
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The quality of being extravagant.
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The state or quality of being superfluous.
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(Countable) A refined substance chemically resembling the oils in animal fat.
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Too great a quantity; excessive amount
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Too much or too many; excessive or superfluous:
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Scanty; not abundant or plentiful.
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The state or condition of being undeserved.
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