There is a phrase that goes "a X of riches" which suggests that one had so much to choose from, lots of good choices. What is the missing word?
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I've heard the expression a wealth of riches to mean an abundance of choices or appealing options, such as found in these examples:
If the number of choices seems almost too great – enough to cause the fortunate one to perhaps blush – there's also the idiom embarrassment of riches.
I've heard of people using "a world of riches" and that was the first that sprung to mind. A google search delivers some wide ranging usage (search with the quotes).
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