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Abundant to excess.

su′per·a·bun′dance n.
su′per·a·bun′dant·ly adv.
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very or too abundantly
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References in classic literature ?
My reception has been so large, that I am not annoyed by receiving this or that superabundantly. I say to the Genius, if he will pardon the proverb, In for a mill, in for a million.
"Giving and forgiving means reproducing in our lives some small measure of God's perfection, which gives and forgives superabundantly," says the pope.
(70) One's primary intention and focus in the liturgy then ought to be the glory of God, even while one knows and even voluntarily wants the personal transformation that superabundantly flows from such prayer.
There are thus in some sense two finalities structuring the act, with a specific order between them: union and the fruitfulness following superabundantly from it.