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synonyms for too-too

  • artificial
  • dainty
  • delicate
  • effeminate
  • fastidious
  • finical
  • finicky
  • fussy
  • genteel
  • insincere
  • la-di-da
  • nice
  • particular
  • persnickety
  • precious
  • sissy
  • squeamish
  • stilted
  • unnatural
  • grandiose
  • stilted
  • arty
  • overblown
  • hollow
  • exaggerated
  • turgid
  • pompous
  • showy
  • ostentatious
  • affected
  • assuming
  • aureate
  • big
  • bombastic
  • chichi
  • conspicuous
  • extravagant
  • feigned
  • flamboyant
  • flashy
  • flaunting
  • flowery
  • gaudy
  • grandiloquent
  • high-flown
  • imposing
  • inflated
  • jazzy
  • lofty
  • magniloquent
  • mincing
  • ornate
  • rhetorical
  • specious
  • splashy
  • tumid
  • utopian
  • vainglorious
  • high-sounding
  • la-di-da
  • put-on
  • swank
  • euphuistic
  • highfaluting
  • overambitious
  • puffed up
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antonyms for too-too

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  • extroverted
  • unaffected
  • unpretentious
  • humble
  • modest
  • simple
  • plain
  • genuine
  • moderate
  • honest
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    How to use too-too in a sentence

    Coppy, in a tone of too-hastily-assumed authority, had told her over night that she must not ride out by the river.
    KIPLING STORIES AND POEMS EVERY CHILD SHOULD KNOW, BOOK IIRUDYARD KIPLING
    From time to time Lockhart gave vent to a grim laugh, and Spivin displayed his feelings in a too-amiable smile.
    THE GARRET AND THE GARDENR.M. BALLANTYNE
    Sylvan scenes, with a dash of human savagery in the foreground, form the best relief for a too-extended assimilation of books.
    MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
    Then she looked more hopeful as her eyes rested on Betty, who was sorting the contents of a too-crowded dresser drawer.
    THE OUTDOOR GIRLS IN THE SADDLELAURA LEE HOPE
    Characteristically, this weakness seems to have taken the form of a too-generous estimate of his fellows.
    THE FATAL DOWRYPHILIP MASSINGER
    Sometimes far up in the hills a she-fox would bark, or some too-aged tree of the forest would come down with a booming crash.
    LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
    I was "strung up" to a high degree of expectation and listened every moment to hear the panpipes and the Roo-too-too-it.
    A THIN GHOST AND OTHERSM. R. (MONTAGUE RHODES) JAMES
    And no wonder, for of all the doleful too-tooings ever uttered by wind instrument, this was the dolefullest.
    JACK HARKAWAY'S BOY TINKER AMONG THE TURKSBRACEBRIDGE HEMYNG
    But I can't sleep with that infernal tooty-too in any ears, and I've got the toothache.
    JACK HARKAWAY'S BOY TINKER AMONG THE TURKSBRACEBRIDGE HEMYNG
    Mr. Figgins took his flute with him, and too-tooed all the way till he reached the door of Jack's room.
    JACK HARKAWAY'S BOY TINKER AMONG THE TURKSBRACEBRIDGE HEMYNG
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