hyperabundance love

Definitions

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  • n. very great abundance

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ abundance

Examples

  • Because of the hyperabundance of media – something he takes as a given, not as an incredibly recent development – all of his media decisions are weighed against the values and tastes of his social network, rather than against a scarcity of choices.

    Of Sharing and Salience

  • And in our modern society with its caloric hyperabundance, countless millions of people teeter on the brink of letting themselves go.

    Fatophobic Sex Scenes in The L Word

  • As a result, the park will not have the hyperabundance of modern conveniences in new parks, such as more concession stands and a plentitude of bathrooms.

    TradingMarkets

  • The hyperabundance of thoughts in the baby brain also reflects profound differences in the ways adults and babies pay attention to the world.

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