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Definition of the adverb all too
What does all too mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- to a high degree
- example: she is all too ready to accept the job
- synonym of all too: only too
Alternative definition of the adverb all too
- Very; extremely.
- See Excessively.
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by Faustine Childress Jones-Wilson
The court's unwillingness to require more than token efforts and minimal speed to dismantle school systems that had separated the races for nearly a century was all too typical of desegregation cases. By 1974, after nearly two 76 CALIVER, ...
by Paul Heacock
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by Iain Dale
The Sun, 29 September 2007 Today, some find it all too easy to forget the sufferings of those years. Just as ...
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- All too common
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- The Similarity is all too Striking
It's sometimes difficult to tell who the sheep are in this picture. Clearly there are a group of animals getting food and a different group giving out the food, but there's just one tiny line dividing the two groups from each other.
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- This was all too distracting
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- All Too Far Trail
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