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.
The numerical value of excessively in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of excessively in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
An excessively fluctuating market is a market of speculation where only the few will gain the most benefit when most people suffer.
Although a very interesting paper, I don't think we need to worry excessively, this form of( human growth hormone) treatment stopped 20 years ago and there is no evidence from this paper or any other work I am aware of that any other form of treatment would result in exposure to amyloid.
Red could be seen as aggressive and demanding -- or as exhilarating and exciting, similarly, blue could be perceived as calming and well-thought-through -- or excessively bureaucratic and emotionless.
A peaceful, moral and conscientious person excessively deserves to be respected!
Interestingly, Paleo Diet is getting extremely popular nowadays. It's also known as: Caveman Diet, Stone Age Diet and Hunter-Gatherer Diet. It's basically the diet that includes raw wild plants and animals eaten by human beings during the Paleolithic era (that ended 10,000 years ago.) It's an interesting dichotomy, imho, in light of the fact that most cavemen actually died as early as the age of 25. During that era, very few could make it anywhere close to the modern day life expectancy of 85 to 95 in many countries. There is absolutely no good alternative to balanced good diet, be it Paleo or otherwise, and most importantly, refraining from smoking and drinking excessively. Have a wonderful healthy life!
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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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