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1 A surfeit of rich food is bad for you.
2 It's no good for your health to surfeit yourself.
3 The country has a surfeit of cheap labour.
4 Indigestion can be brought on by a surfeit of rich food.
5 Rationing had put an end to a surfeit of biscuits long ago.
6 There has been a surfeit of plays about divorce on the television recently.
7 Armand dozing, apparently,(sentencedict.com) in a surfeit of plenty.
8 The world has a surfeit of mediocre drummers.
9 There is a surfeit of managers in the company.
10 This was about surfeit of the senses.
11 He's already had a surfeit of wives.
12 Both have been suffering from a surfeit of squash, according to the man who manages them, Norman Norrington.
13 There can never be a surfeit of the propagation of that fundamental message of grace.
14 Boardsailors could find a surfeit of interest for them in hall two.
15 A surfeit of rock dust blocked their vision and irritated their throats.
16 Thus do I pine surfeit day by day.
17 A surfeit of food makes one sick.
18 There has been a surfeit of plays about divorce on the TV recently.
19 Know, then, that for you is neither surfeit nor content.
20 I think we've had a surfeit of this sort of violent film on TV recently.
21 The voters are pretty sick of such a surfeit of primary sloganeering.
22 Independent surfeit by an auto rhizoid inspector can be arranged at buyer's account.
23 We must deal with pleasure as we do with honey, only touch them with the tip of the finger,[www.Sentencedict.com] and not with the whole hand for fear of surfeit.
24 It's not excess of turkey and plum pudding that has been indigestible; it's the surfeit of news.
25 Over-confidence in the early days has led to a surfeit of caution ever since.
26 It is a silly, redundant device that eventually drowns the film in a surfeit of plot.
27 Then, too, repeated visits to cultural monuments doubtless palled in time, natural curiosity withered by sheer surfeit.
28 Stella - based models such as Limits to Growth possess a remarkable surfeit of feedback circuits.
29 The glutton for two night no sleep can get : the first from surfeit , the second from regret.
30 Henry I of England dies of food poisoning from a surfeit of lampreys at St.
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