inordinately[ in-awr-dn-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF inordinately
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INORDINATELY
He was not inordinately agnostic, or in the way of becoming so.
Do you know, my Gabrielle, I have discovered that Leonora is inordinately selfish?
He had invented the machine in question, and he was inordinately proud of it.
His father said he was a fool, and was inordinately fond of him nevertheless.
Food was inordinately dear, because a high tariff had been imposed on imports.
He was conceited, selfish, tyrannical, and inordinately lazy.
It makes me, in any situation, just inordinately and submissively see things.
Inordinately, I say, but only in the estimation of such as have no eye to the picturesque.
Then he explained his invention, of which he was inordinately proud.
I have never seen a human being so inordinately contented with the world.