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Synonyms for inordinately


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When a species, owing to highly favourable circumstances, increases inordinately in numbers in a small tract, epidemics--at least, this seems generally to occur with our game animals--often ensue: and here we have a limiting check independent of the struggle for life.
On this sin, that a man inordinately loveth himself, almost all dependeth, whatsoever is thoroughly to be overcome; which evil being once overcome and subdued, there will presently ensue great peace and tranquillity.
We know of them, among other things, that they are always to their possessor, when inordinately possessed, a source of the liveliest enjoyment.
Should the share react adversely, unwinding of any hedged positions linked to this April 50 call could drive the shares inordinately lower.
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Okay, so if you're under the age of 30, not a lot of this is going to mean very much to you, but you'll be left feeling inordinately jealous.
But I felt that the Enigma was fair game as a MacGuffin (a term for the item, coined by English director Alfred Hitchcock, that the characters in a movie care inordinately about).
Companies currently spend billions on measurement processes that produce incomplete results after inordinately long periods of time.
I don't have any English blood in my veins, a thing which I am inordinately proud of.
Ripley also becomes inordinately intoxicated with fickle benefactor Dickie, which isn't hard but, we just know, can only lead to trouble.
He [the visitor in the facing cell] yelled for an inordinately long time, but his cries for help fell on deaf ears; the police did not respond until it was too late.
These disclosures concerning the true nature of the transactions referred to by Company executives as "Project Alpha," contradicted much of the information provided by defendants to the market during the Class Period concerning its reported revenues and caused the Company's common stock to plummet nearly 30% by the end of trading on April 25, 2002, on inordinately heavy volume.
He spent an inordinately long time staring at the sequinned heart adorning 24-year-old Mel's very visible breast - the right one, naturally - and even appeared to point an approving finger towards it.
Farley) is inordinately well prepared,'' Clayman said.
It enabled us to officially showcase and promote the XTRAC(TM) laser in a dual capacity, which created an inordinately strong demand.