nimiety [ ni-mahy-i-tee ]
noun, plural ni·mi·e·ties.
1. excess; overabundance: nimiety of mere niceties in conversation.
2. an instance of this.
WORDS RELATED TO NIMIETY
plethora, glut, waste, exuberance, surplus, overkill, oversupply, saturation, profusion, superabundance, overmuch, superfluity, surplusage, overflow, surfeit, exorbitance, rest, wastefulness, residue, redundancy
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Origin: 1555–65; < Late Latin nimietās, equivalent to nimi(us) too much + -etās, variant (after i) of -itās-ity
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