[ni-mahy-i-tee] /nɪˈmaɪ ɪ ti/

noun, plural nimieties.
excess; overabundance:
nimiety of mere niceties in conversation.
an instance of this.
noun (pl) -ties
a rare word for excess

“excess, redundancy,” from Latin nimietas “excessiveness,” from nimius “beyond measure, excessive,” from nimis (adv.) “too much, beyond measure, excessively.”


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