to be greatly or excessively abundant
Origin of superaboundMiddle English superhabounden ; from Late Latin superabundare: see super- and amp; abound
intransitive verbsu·per·a·bound·ed, su·per·a·bound·ing, su·per·a·bounds
To be unusually or excessively abundant.
(third-person singular simple present superabounds, present participle superabounding, simple past and past participle superabounded)
super- +"Ž abound