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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishovermucho‧ver‧much /ˌəʊvəˈmʌtʃ $ ˌoʊvər-/ adverb literary  TOO/TOO MUCHtoo much or very much At his age, he didn’t care overmuch about impressing people.
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overmuchI do not presume to argue with these, but our modern parallels do not help us overmuch.It's been too much trouble for me to envy you overmuch.Morality no longer concerned her - it never had, overmuch.He was getting old now and didn't bother overmuch about impressing people.But he had not, perhaps, been taught overmuch about the battle-tactics of the Romans.They are far too wrapped up in their own small struggles to worry overmuch about what others are doing and why.He speaks overmuch on the rent-strikers.It was not in his nature to reflect overmuch on things.
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