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Another word for glut

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Verb
  1. To satisfy to the full or to excess

      1. To feed or supply to excess, satiety, or disgust.
      2. To overindulge.
      3. Overindulgence in food or drink.
      1. To satisfy (an appetite, for example) fully.
      2. To provide (someone) with more than enough; glut.
      3. Filled to satisfaction.
      1. To satisfy (an appetite) fully.
      2. To provide (someone) with more than enough; glut.
      1. A cover for a coffin, bier, or tomb, often made of black, purple, or white velvet.
      2. A coffin, especially one being carried to a grave or tomb.
      3. A covering that darkens or obscures:
      1. A deep narrow passage with steep rocky sides; a ravine.
      2. A narrow entrance into the outwork of a fortification.
      3. The throat; the gullet:
      1. To devour greedily.
      2. To gorge; glut.
      3. To fill to excess, as with blood or other fluid.
      1. To cause distaste or disgust by supplying with too much of something originally pleasant, especially something rich or sweet; surfeit.
      2. To be too filling, rich, or sweet.
Noun
  1. An amount or quantity beyond what is needed, desired, or appropriate

      1. Surplus; excess.
      2. An excess of words; verbiage.
      3. Words or allegations in a legal document or pleading that do not have any legal value.
      1. Being more than or in excess of what is needed or required:
      2. An amount or quantity in excess of what is needed.
      3. Total assets minus the sum of all liabilities.
      1. The quality or condition of being superfluous.
      2. Something superfluous:
      3. Overabundance; excess.
      1. A supply in excess of what is appropriate or required.
      2. To supply in excess of what is appropriate or required:
      1. To stock more of (something) than necessary or desirable.
      2. An excessive supply.
      1. To seize the positions of and defeat conclusively:
      2. To spread or swarm over destructively:
      3. To spread swiftly throughout:
      1. Too much; excessive.
      2. In excess.
      3. An excessive amount.
      1. To flow or run over the top, brim, or banks:
      2. To be filled beyond capacity, as a container or waterway.
      3. To have a boundless supply; be superabundant.
      1. An amount, as of money or goods, that is actually on hand and exceeds the listed amount in records or books.
      2. A surplus; an excess.
      1. The ester of glycerol and one, two, or three fatty acids.
      2. Any of various soft, solid, or semisolid organic compounds constituting the esters of glycerol and fatty acids and their associated organic groups.
      3. A mixture of such compounds occurring widely in organic tissue, especially in the adipose tissue of animals and in the seeds, nuts, and fruits of plants.
      1. The state of exceeding what is normal or sufficient:
      2. An amount or quantity beyond what is normal or sufficient; a surplus:
      3. The amount or degree by which one quantity exceeds another:
    See also:

    excess

Another word for glut

Noun
  1. See also:

    excess

Verb
  1. To oversupply

      1. A deep narrow passage with steep rocky sides; a ravine.
      2. A narrow entrance into the outwork of a fortification.
      3. The throat; the gullet:
      1. To cause distaste or disgust by supplying with too much of something originally pleasant, especially something rich or sweet; surfeit.
      2. To be too filling, rich, or sweet.
      1. To interfere with the respiration of by compression or obstruction of the larynx or trachea.
      2. To check or slow down the movement, growth, or action of:
      3. To block up or obstruct by filling or clogging:
      1. An obstruction or hindrance.
      2. A weight, such as a block, attached to the leg of an animal to hinder movement.
      3. A heavy, traditionally wooden-soled shoe.
      1. To soak or fill so that no more liquid may be absorbed:
      2. To supply with the maximum that can be held or contained; fill thoroughly:
      3. To cause (a substance) to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance.
      1. A great flood.
      2. A heavy downpour.
      3. Something that overwhelms as if by a great flood:
      1. Something that is carried.
      2. Something that is emotionally difficult to bear.
      3. A source of great worry or stress; weight:
      1. An additional sum added to the usual cost or amount paid.
      2. An additional or excessive amount or burden:
      3. A new value or denomination overprinted on a postage or revenue stamp.
      1. To load too heavily.
      2. An excessive load.
      1. To cover with water, especially floodwaters.
      2. To overwhelm as if with a flood; swamp:
      1. To overfill or overcrowd:
      2. To cause the accumulation of excessive blood or tissue fluid in (a vessel or organ).
      3. To become congested.
      1. A weight or mass that is supported:
      2. The overall force to which a structure is subjected in supporting a weight or mass or in resisting externally applied forces.
      3. Something that is carried, as by a vehicle, person, or animal:
      1. To put something into (a container, for example) to capacity or to a desired level:
      2. To supply or provide to the fullest extent:
      3. To build up the level of (low-lying land) with material such as earth or gravel.
      1. To stock more of (something) than necessary or desirable.
      2. An excessive supply.
      1. To surge over and submerge; engulf:
      2. To defeat completely and decisively:
      3. To affect deeply in mind or emotion:
      1. An overflowing of water onto land that is normally dry.
      2. A flood tide.
      3. A large amount or number, especially when moving from one place to another:
  2. To eat to satiety