nimious

adjective
nim·​i·​ous | \ˈnimēəs\

Definition of nimious 

: excessive, extravagant the author … is never nimious; there is nothing in excess— Sydney Smith

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History and Etymology for nimious

Middle English nymyos, from Latin nimius

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