One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Their ruthless exploitation was guided by the myth of superabundance: the belief that water, soil, forests, wildlife and fisheries were inexhaustible.’
- ‘The 33-page document, published on Tuesday, provided a superabundance of generalities and concepts, but remained abstract on firm spending targets.’
- ‘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.’
- ‘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.’
- ‘Or was I supposed to admire it as a superabundance of vitality for which I was never going to be any match?’
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