Exiguity refers to the state of being small or inadequate. The antonyms for exiguity are abundance, plenitude, and surplus. Abundance refers to a plentiful quantity, overflowing with plenty. Plenitude means a state of fullness and completeness, where there is plenty and sufficient. Surplus refers to the state of having excess or more than enough. These antonyms contrast exiguity's connotation scarcity, inadequacy or insufficiency, with the abundance and overflowing implications of their opposites. People use antonyms to help understand and differentiate the meaning of words, and they can provide vivid context and perspective for a particular word or concept.
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