What does the word excessively?
adj. Exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit. ex·ces′sive·ly adv. These adjectives mean exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit. Excessive has the widest range: excessive drinking; excessive debt.
What is the opposite of excessively?
excessive. Antonyms: insufficient, scant, inadequate. Synonyms: enormous, undue, exorbitant, overmuch, superabundant, superfluous, unreasonable, immoderate, inordinate, extravagant.
What is the meaning of Accessive?
adjective. Able to be accessed; accessible.
What makes something excessive?
Some common synonyms of excessive are exorbitant, extravagant, extreme, immoderate, and inordinate. While all these words mean “going beyond a normal limit,” excessive implies an amount or degree too great to be reasonable or acceptable.
How do you say too many?
What can I say instead of too much?
synonyms for too much
- de trop.
- too many.
What is the meaning of immoderately?
in a way that is more than is usual or reasonable, or is too much : They see themselves as basically, even immoderately, good. My friend laughed immoderately at my predicament.
What does do too much mean?
to do too much; go to an extreme: Exercise is good but you mustn’t overdo.
What can I say instead of too many?
What is another word for too many?
overabundant abounding immoderate indulgent inordinate intemperate limitless more needless over
How do you say unnecessary in a nice way?
synonyms for unnecessary
What is the unnecessary?
adjective. If you describe something as unnecessary, you mean that it is not needed or does not have to be done, and is undesirable. The slaughter of whales is unnecessary and inhuman. He accused Diana of making an unnecessary fuss. Synonyms: needless, excessive, unwarranted, useless More Synonyms of unnecessary.