all too

idiom

: much too
used to say that something is more than what is wanted, needed, acceptable, possible, etc.
These problems have been occurring all too often.
She knew all too well what the punishment would be.

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Recent Examples on the Web In sectors like construction, heat illnesses and deaths have become all too routine. Umair Irfan, Vox, 11 July 2024 Some Houston residents — who are all too familiar with enduring natural disasters — have also questioned why one of the largest cities on the Gulf Coast appeared to wilt under Beryl and was unable to better withstand a Category 1 hurricane. CBS News, 10 July 2024 Related article Woman who escaped California wildfire just before son’s birth is forced to flee another while pregnant again Californians are all too familiar with the sudden devastation that wildfires bring. Nouran Salahieh, CNN, 4 July 2024 Alex Otte knows all too well the dangers of driving − and especially boating − while intoxicated. Phaedra Trethan, USA TODAY, 2 July 2024 See all Example Sentences for all too 

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“All too.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/all%20too. Accessed 23 Jul. 2024.

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