Synonyms of 'glut'
surfeitDictionary, excess, surplusThere's a glut of agricultural products in Western Europe.
Rationing had put an end to a surfeit of biscuits long ago.
Avoid an excess of sugar in your diet.
Germany suffers from a surplus of teachers.
A plethora of books have been written on the subject.
Dairy farmers produce an overabundance of milk, keeping prices down.
a superfluity of five-star hotels
1 saturateDictionary, flood, chokeSoldiers returning from war had glutted the job market.
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If a place is choked with things or people, it is full of them and they prevent movement in it.
The village roads are choked with traffic.
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Thesaurus for glut from the Collins English Thesaurus
If there is a glut of something, there is so much of it that it cannot all be sold or used.