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Things excess often describes (“excess ________”)
capacity, demand, water, supply, energy, reserves, air, profits, pressure, weight, fat, fluid, production, tax, heat, acid, moisture, mortality, material, baggage, returns, amount, risk, oil, charge, liquid, return, burden, amounts, intake, oxygen, tissue, population, cash, skin, loss, costs, funds, iron, electrons, liquidity, solution, deaths, salt, secretion, inventory, noise, consumption, carriers, income, pressures, cost, taxes, concentration, volume, condemnation, earnings, calories, ions, reagent, demands, gas, glucose, flow, protein, metal, dioxide, charges, profit, nitrogen, supplies, sugar, sodium, land, food, current, calcium, labor, cement, contributions, functions, accumulation, density, credit, money, cholesterol, stain, glue, hormone, length, fabric, quantities, alcohol

Descriptive words:
large, slight, such, great, fold, small, considerable, sexual, relative, very, significant, alcoholic, greater, apparent, spherical, moderate, sufficient, enantiomeric, emotional, average, marked, net, greatest, rhetorical, annual, vast, vertical, mere, chronic, gross, substantial, temporary, measured, corporate, dangerous, fluid, ridiculous, slightest, dietary, occasional, wild, least, enormous, male, sheer, opposite, sensual, morbid, romantic, female, corresponding, stoichiometric, vicious, extreme, habitual, sudden, absolute, infrared, observed, huge, utmost, riotous, adrenal, extravagant, verbal, twofold, undue, wretched, speculative

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See excess used in context: 88 rhymes, 13 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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