Definitions for excessively
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excessively, overly, to a fault, tooadverb
to a degree exceeding normal or proper limits
To an excessive degree.
The application form was excessively complicated.
He smoked excessively.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Exceedingly; eminently; in a great degree.
Etymology: from excessive.
A man must be excessively stupid, as well as uncharitable, who believes there is no virtue but on his own side. Addison.
Excessively refers to going beyond what is usual, normal, reasonable, or acceptable in quantity, degree, or intensity. It implies an extreme or surpassing limit, often seen as negative or harmful.
The numerical value of excessively in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of excessively in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
The focus started to shift back to being capable of using the automation as an assist to reduce workload in the right circumstance, but being capable also of taking over and flying the old way, in Asia, it's very normal to rely, in my view, excessively on automation.
In Asia, it's very normal to rely, in my view, excessively on automation.
We feel an obligation to all our graduates – not just the ones whose parents decide they want to excessively celebrate.
Scarcity of potable water in this area has been a major problem because of the hilly but excessively dry landscape. That is why government thought it imperative to invest in this water collection and supply (system using) solar energy.
We are thrilled that President Obama is making good on his promise to use the powers granted him by the Constitution to provide relief for federal prisoners serving excessively long mandatory minimum sentences, i commend the President.
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- übermäßig, exzessivGerman
- demasiado, excesivamenteSpanish
- liikaa, liianFinnish
- beaucoup trop, bien trop, de trop, excessivementFrench
- չափազանց, չափից դուրսArmenian
- eccessivamente, troppoItalian
- extreem, buitensporig, excessiefDutch
- чрезмерно, излишне, [[слишком]] [[много]], чересчурRussian
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