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oversaturated

(ˌəʊvəˈsætʃəˌreɪtɪd)
adj
(Geological Science) (of igneous rocks) containing excess silica
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There was no trace then of the horror which I had myself felt at this curt declaration; but his face showed rather the quiet and interested composure of the chemist who sees the crystals falling into position from his oversaturated solution.
Yet sometimes I feel oversaturated and unsatisfied with learning that comes to me from outside of me.
The report also says the construction sector is oversaturated with foreign workers, and small businesses run by foreigners out-compete locally owned businesses.
The Nigeria Intervention Movement is appalled that the Kaduna State Government can contemplate sacking 36,000 of its workers in one fell swoop, given its ripple effect on the state economy and the teeming dependants of the sacked workers at a time the unemployment market is oversaturated with over four million workers losing their jobs in 2017 alone due to failing economy, according to the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics,' NIM, said.
In the image of the Buddha above, the Galaxy Note 8 produces an oversaturated photo, but given that it's shot under a yellow incandescent light, the yellow tone in closer to source than the Pixel 2 XL's version.
Analysts, however, had warned that the company's ambitions in the film industry and its hopes of profiting from the associated merchandise could end up hurting it, partly because children do not make emotional attachments to characters in a market that is so oversaturated with movie-related toys.
He pointed out there is just so much stolen card data in the wild, the fraud market is oversaturated.
Hollow Head Havanna', a three hundred and twelve page suspense novel written in paperback format, to bring authenticity back to a Hip Hop fiction genre that has long been oversaturated.
Instead, today we are suddenly witnessing a big fuss about reviving Tele-Liban, the state-owned television station that has been irrelevant for decades, in an oversaturated market that is already being serviced by half a dozen other stations.
Youtube is oversaturated with music but can be the breeding ground for tomorrow's stars.
But the book is not an anthology so much as it is a re-education manual for a society oversaturated with images.