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none too

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnone toonone tooNOTnot at all I was none too pleased to have to take the exam again. none
Examples from the Corpus
none tooAnd she was none too anxious to hear about the show.Twenty years ago the treasurer's job was simple and none too arduous.That a young boy of none too comfortable means would be impressed by all this worldly expertise is not difficult to imagine.She saw the stragglers gather, none too enthusiastically, but not unwillingly, either, and waited for the last-comers.His spiritual advisers were none too happy with his reliance on pagan practices, nor probably was his court favourite Buckingham.In consequence, the level of the Party's blood sugar was low; their expectations none too high.If the result is none too pleasant, it's time to do something about it.Flavia, none too practised herself, managed to get the number.
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