surfeit (v.) Old form(s): surfet
become sick through having too much
Luc.139[] the profit of excess / Is but to surfeit
MV III.ii.114.1[Portia to herself, as if to love] allay thy ecstasy ... make it less / For fear I surfeit
Sonn.75.13[] Thus do I pine and surfeit day by day
TG III.i.220[Valentine to Proteus, of woe] excess of it will make me surfeit
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