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all too

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishall tooall tooTOO/TOO MUCHused to mean ‘very’ when talking about a bad situation All too often it’s the mother who gets blamed for her children’s behaviour. In these conditions it was all too easy to make mistakes. all
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all tooDiets started without preparation are broken all too easily.But it was all too late, and Wakeling quit soon afterwards.Apparently, though, it was all too much for her husband - he left very quietly.The rope should never be allowed to run between the legs, for all too obvious reasons.All too often, making a will is put off until it's too late.No, the pain surfaced in her mind all too readily.His career as a singer was all too short.Vacation time is all too short.When midway through the set four go-go dancers appear, the warped cabaret becomes all too slick and momentum is lost.I know all too well the value of a well-placed F-word.
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