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Synonyms for unduly

Synonyms for unduly

too much

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Watson quite agreed with him--he considered nothing was better than bread and butter for growing lads--but some parents, unduly pampering their offspring, insisted on it.
And when Anne, utterly insensible to the honor, refused him, as delicately and considerately as she could -- for even a Sloane had feelings which ought not to be unduly lacerated -- Sloanishness still further betrayed itself.
It is not my desire that you should suffer unduly for your humane visit here, but I might remind you that under the circumstances it is a little compromising.
He learned to eat and dress and generally comport himself after the manner of civilized man; but through it all he remained himself, not unduly reverential nor considerative, and never hesitating to stride rough-shod over any soft-faced convention if it got in his way and the provocation were great enough.
Wherefore it is better to be a guest of the law, which though conducted by rules, does not meddle unduly with a gentleman's private affairs.
As I don't want you to think that I am unduly partial to the girl we shall say that she failed decidedly to endear herself to that simple, virtuous and, I believe, teetotal household.
As it was not considered absolutely necessary to take them into full confidence, they neither expected the girl to be specially cheerful nor were they discomposed unduly by the indescribable quality of her glances.
Hers, I thought, must be a curious soul, where in spite of a strong, natural tendency to estimate unduly advantages of wealth and station, the sardonic disdain of a fortuneless subordinate had wrought a deeper impression than could be imprinted by the most flattering assiduities of a prosperous CHEF D'INSTITUTION.
Archer, who was seldom unduly pleased with human events, had been altogether glad of her son's engagement.
While the order does not prevent Senator Leila De Lima from leaving the country, it unduly criminalizes her.
Britain's government will reject any attempt to ignore the result of its referendum vote to leave the European Union or to unduly delay the process of exiting the bloc, Brexit minister David Davis told parliament on Monday.
But, after a referral by the Solicitor General, Robert Buckland QC, MP, the Court of Appeal ruled that the original sentence was unduly lenient and increased it to six years.
How many more innocent animals need to die before the government will address unduly lenient sentences for crimes like this?
More than 100 offenders had their prison sentences lengthened following referrals by the Attorney and Solicitor General to the Court of Appeal under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme during 2015.
Under a scheme announced by Attorney General Jeremy Wright QC, appeals under the Unduly Lenient Sentences (ULS) scheme will be opened up to more lawyers.