nimiety


ni·mi·e·ty

noun \ni-ˈmī-ə-tē\
plural ni·mi·e·ties

Definition of NIMIETY

Examples of NIMIETY

  1. <the artist's ingrained nimiety results in cloying pictures of cute kids holding even cuter animals>

Origin of NIMIETY

Late Latin nimietas, from Latin nimius too much, adjective, from nimis, adverb
First Known Use: circa 1564

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