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meager meal would be one that is too small to satisfy one's appetite. The
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1 beyond a normal or acceptable limit <ticket prices for the rock concert are
simply too high> Synonyms devilishly, excessively, exorbitantly, inordinately, ...
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Synonyms and antonyms for too large. 1. too (adv.) to a degree exceeding
normal or proper limits. Synonyms: to a fault,; excessively,; overly. 2. too (adv.).
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