superabound

verb
su·​per·​abound | \ˌsü-pər-ə-ˈbau̇nd \
superabounded; superabounding; superabounds

Definition of superabound 

intransitive verb

: to abound or prevail in greater measure or to excess

First Known Use of superabound

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for superabound

Middle English, from Late Latin superabundare, from Latin super- + abundare to abound

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