surfeit

Surfeit vs Deceit - What's the difference?

surfeit | deceit |


In uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between surfeit and deceit

is that surfeit is (uncountable) overindulgence in either food or drink; overeating while deceit is (uncountable) the state of being deceitful or deceptive.

As nouns the difference between surfeit and deceit

is that surfeit is (countable) an excessive amount of something while deceit is an act or practice intended to deceive; a trick.

As a verb surfeit

is to fill to excess.

Munificent vs Surfeit - What's the difference?

munificent | surfeit |


As an adjective munificent

is (of a person or group) very liberal in giving or bestowing.

As a noun surfeit is

(countable) an excessive amount of something.

As a verb surfeit is

to fill to excess.

Satisfy vs Surfeit - What's the difference?

satisfy | surfeit | Related terms |

Satisfy is a related term of surfeit.


In lang=en terms the difference between satisfy and surfeit

is that satisfy is to answer or discharge (a claim, debt, legal demand, etc); to give compensation for while surfeit is to feed someone to excess.

As verbs the difference between satisfy and surfeit

is that satisfy is to do enough for; to meet the needs of; to fulfill the wishes or requirements of while surfeit is to fill to excess.

As a noun surfeit is

(countable) an excessive amount of something.

Overfill vs Surfeit - What's the difference?

overfill | surfeit | Related terms |

Overfill is a related term of surfeit.


As verbs the difference between overfill and surfeit

is that overfill is to fill beyond capacity or beyond what is appropriate while surfeit is to fill to excess.

As nouns the difference between overfill and surfeit

is that overfill is an instance of overfilling while surfeit is (countable) an excessive amount of something.

Surfeit vs Extra - What's the difference?

surfeit | extra |


As nouns the difference between surfeit and extra

is that surfeit is (countable) an excessive amount of something while extra is (cricket) a run scored without the ball having hit the striker's bat - a wide, bye, leg bye or no ball; in australia referred to as a sundry.

As a verb surfeit

is to fill to excess.

As an adjective extra is

beyond what is due, usual, expected, or necessary; extraneous; additional; supernumerary.

As an adverb extra is

(informal) to an extraordinary degree.

Surfeit vs Overflow - What's the difference?

surfeit | overflow |


In lang=en terms the difference between surfeit and overflow

is that surfeit is to feed someone to excess while overflow is to be superabundant; to abound.

As nouns the difference between surfeit and overflow

is that surfeit is (countable) an excessive amount of something while overflow is the spillage resultant from overflow; excess.

As verbs the difference between surfeit and overflow

is that surfeit is to fill to excess while overflow is to flow over the brim of (a container).

Inordinate vs Surfeit - What's the difference?

inordinate | surfeit |


As an adjective inordinate

is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

As a noun surfeit is

(countable) an excessive amount of something.

As a verb surfeit is

to fill to excess.

Surfeit vs Satisfied - What's the difference?

surfeit | satisfied |


As verbs the difference between surfeit and satisfied

is that surfeit is to fill to excess while satisfied is (satisfy).

As a noun surfeit

is (countable) an excessive amount of something.

As an adjective satisfied is

in a state of satisfaction.

Overload vs Surfeit - What's the difference?

overload | surfeit | Related terms |

Overload is a related term of surfeit.


In lang=en terms the difference between overload and surfeit

is that overload is to fail due to excessive load while surfeit is to feed someone to excess.

As verbs the difference between overload and surfeit

is that overload is to load excessively while surfeit is to fill to excess.

As nouns the difference between overload and surfeit

is that overload is an excessive load while surfeit is (countable) an excessive amount of something.

Surfeit vs Load - What's the difference?

surfeit | load | Related terms |

Surfeit is a related term of load.


In lang=en terms the difference between surfeit and load

is that surfeit is to feed someone to excess while load is to provide in abundance.

As nouns the difference between surfeit and load

is that surfeit is (countable) an excessive amount of something while load is a burden; a weight to be carried.

As verbs the difference between surfeit and load

is that surfeit is to fill to excess while load is to put a load on or in (a means of conveyance or a place of storage).

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