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all too/only too

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishall too/only tooall too/only tooTOO/TOO MUCHused to emphasize that a particular situation exists when you wish it did not exist Beggars are becoming an all too familiar sight in our cities. I regret to say that these rumours are only too true. too
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all too/only tooViolent behavior is all too common in our society.
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