Antonyms for over-much

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But he was, to some degree, apathetic from over-much misery.

It was not a matter for their comrades to pry into over-much.

Mrs. Manning did sometimes box her ears when she was over-much tired.

It is, however, a mistake to expose it over-much to the action of a very hot sun, as it makes it too dry and brittle.

Page 215: over-much standardised to overmuch after "voice is made to utter"

"Yes, mine," says Taffy, who is not troubled with over-much shyness.

My eyes aren't what they used to be, but he don't seem to favor the Westonhaughs over-much.

Nor would we have blamed them over-much for anything they might have done.

We have over-much work on hand to-day to be saddled with captives.

Madonna Beatrice, he declared, was very weak; it were well not to distress her over-much.