Definition of nimiety in English:

nimiety

Line breaks: ni|mi¦ety
Pronunciation: /nɪˈmʌɪəti/

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noun

[mass noun] literary
The state of being more than is necessary or desirable; excess: Coleridge criticized Schiller for what he called the nimiety of his blank verse

Origin

mid 16th century: from Latin nimietas, from nimis 'too much'.

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