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What is the opposite of lack?

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Opposite of the state of being deficient in something
“We will not need to go to the supermarket for a while due to the abundance of food remaining in the refrigerator.”
Opposite of the state of being devoid of something
“The concrete park would begin to look a bit more green after the addition of some trees.”
Opposite of an urgent need for something
“After some intervention by the government, the hospital now had a sufficiency of the equipment it required.”
Opposite of a state of poverty
“The display of affluence in the city remains an ever-present source of temptation.”
Opposite of a defect or failing
“My advantage of sound judgment would lead me to make some very prudent decisions.”
Opposite of a completely empty space, or the state of being completely empty
“The cities of the country differ from one another only in degrees of sootiness, smelliness, noisiness, and crowdedness.”
Opposite of the state of being devoid of something
“Katie said that she had recently come into possession of a letter written by her great grandmother.”
Opposite of a lack or deficiency, especially one left by the loss of someone or something significant
Opposite of the absence or opposite of something actual or positive
Opposite of an unfavorable circumstance or condition that reduces the chances of success or effectiveness
“Banknotes have a natural advantage over coins in that they are lighter to carry but are also less durable.”
Opposite of an act or incidence of defecting
Opposite of severe suffering, difficulty or privation
“My fortune enabled me to live my life in comfort and luxury, but it also gave me too much time.”
Opposite of the state of being inferior or mediocre in quality
Opposite of to be without or deficient in something
“I believe I have the height and athleticism to become a very good basketball player.”
Opposite of to have a need for
Opposite of to feel regret or sadness at no longer being able to enjoy the presence of
“I tire of you being nice for one moment and cruel the next.”
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