• redound

    If an action or situation redounds to your credit or discredit, it gives people a good or poor opinion of you and produces a result that benefits or hurts you.

  • inundate

    If you are inundated with something, you have so much of it that you cannot easily deal with it; likewise, if too much rain inundates an area, it causes flooding.

  • undulate

    Something that undulates moves or is shaped like waves with gentle curves that smoothly rise and fall.

  • redundant

    If something is redundant, it exceeds what is necessary or is needlessly wordy or repetitive.

  • abundant

    When you have an abundant amount of something, there is a lot or plenty of it.

  • abound

    be abundant or plentiful

  • abundance

    the property of a more than adequate quantity or supply

  • inundation

    the rising of a body of water and its overflowing onto normally dry land

  • overabundance

    the state of being more than full

  • redundancy

    repetition of messages to reduce the probability of errors in transmission

  • superabundance

    a quantity that is more than what is appropriate

  • surround

    extend on all sides of simultaneously

  • undulant

    resembling waves in form or outline or motion

  • undulation

    an undulating curve

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