13. across, on the other side, to the other or opposite side, from one side to the other. 14. through, all the way through, from beginning to end, from cover to cover, from one end to the other, from end to end, from stem to stern, from top to bottom, from head to foot; throughout, all over, thoroughly, entirely, completely. 15. from one to another, from hand to hand; to another, to someone else, to [s.o.]. 16. down, off its feet, to the ground, upside down, topsy-turvy, head over heels; inversely, in reverse, to the other or opposite side, wrong side up, flip side up. 17. again, once again, once more, one more time, Fr. encore; afresh, anew, from the top or beginning; in succession, in repetition, one after the other. 18. in excess, too much, extra; left over, as a remainder, remaining; as well, too, else, plus, to boot, in addition; beyond, on the side, in the bargain or deal, as a tip, to grow on, for good luck. 19. all over or all over with, finished, concluded, through, done; ended, terminated, stopped, Inf. done for, SI. kaput. 20.
over and over repeatedly, often, many times, several times, again and again, time and time again, time and again. -adj. 21. uppermost, topmost, highest; top, high, lofty. 22. superior, higher up, higher, greater, better; foremost, outranking, ranking, head, leading; supervisory, managerial, administrative; controlling, commanding, dominant. 23. outer, outside, external, exterior, top, upper; protective, covering, warm, heavy, waterproof; outdoor, cold-weather, winter, snow. 24. leftover, left, residual, remaining, outstanding, still to go; extra, additional, in addition, in excess, spare, reserve; surplus, superfluous, accessory, ancillary, supplementary, odd, unused, unneeded. 25. finished, concluded, done, completed, through; ended, at an end, stopped, terminated; on the way out, run out, Inf. all up, Inf. done for, SI. kaput; past, gone, bygone, all gone, gone by; out of existence, no more, extinct, dead, departed, no longer with us.
overabound, v. 1. superabound, overrun, run riot, run rampant, overgrow, overspread, spread over, be all over, meet one at every turn; infest, plague, beset; swam, swarm with, teem, teem with, crawl, crawl with, creep, creep with, bristle, bristle with, pullulate, be alive with, SI. be lousy with; overflow, flow over, overspill, spill over, run over, well over, know no bounds.
2. overwhelm, overpower, overcome; choke, smother, suffocate; mount, mount up, pile up; flood, deluge, inundate, drench, engulf, swamp, submerge, whelm, sweep; sate, surfeit, gorge, glut, stuff,
overabundance, n. 1. superabundance, overfullness, overprofusion, overplentifulness, overplenteousness, overplenty, superflux; superfluity, superfluousness, oversufficiency, supererogation, redundance, redundancy; repletion, engorgement, congestion, surcharge; profusion, more than enough, enough and to spare, enough and then some.
2. surplus, surfeit, satiety, glut, plethora, excess, overflow, overspill; flood, deluge, inundation, spate, avalanche, landslide, riot, drug on or in the market, supersaturation; oversupply, overmeasure, overload, overburden; overdose, too much of a good thing,
overabundant, adj. 1. superabundant, plethoric, overfull, overprofuse, overplentiful, overplenteous, overplenty, oversufficient, overmuch; overflowing, flowing over, overspilling, spilling over, running over, welling over, brimming over; rampant, bristling, thick, thick with, teeming, teeming with, swarming, swarming with, crawling with, creeping with, alive with, SI. lousy with, pullulating.