Examples of too in a Sentence
- Too, Uncle Jake's hair was still a hard, young, brown color whereas Father's was full of pleasant gray streaks. —Peter Taylor, The Old Forest and Other Stories, 1985
- The widow she cried over me, and called me a poor lost lamb, and she called me a lot of other names, too, but she never meant no harm by it. —Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn, 1884
- "My dear Jane!" exclaimed Elizabeth, "you are too good. Your sweetness and disinterestedness are really angelic; I do not know what to say to you." —Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice, 1813
We are selling the house and the furniture too.
He saw something, and she saw it too.
I want to go too!
The soup is too hot.
The offer was too good to refuse.
This shirt is way too big for me.
She is much too young to be watching this movie.
You gave me too many cards.
I have too much to do.
He works much too hard.
Recent Examples of too from the Web
But there were less calculated reasons for Bill and his kind to join fellow Americans in the war effort, too.
Mike Stewart’s wife, Lisa, and son, Clayton, held ropes that kept Tag from getting too close to the edges and walked around the circumference of the pool while Tag swam about two-dozen laps.
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Some experts argue it’s still too early to know for certain whether beverage taxes actually have an impact on community health.
In Las Vegas, Nared will be paired with No. 1 overall pick A'ja Wilson of South Carolina, though Laimbeer called it far too early to project a role for Nared.
The site also posted another video of Thompson getting a little too close for comfort with two women at a club in Washington, D.C.
That’s not too salty to host microbial life, as a similarly briny subglacial lake in Antarctica proves.
That puts us in October of 2019, which is too early for another election-themed story but could be something about Halloween, or possibly an apocalypse.
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achingly, almighty, archly, awful, awfully, badly, beastly, blisteringly, bone, colossally, dang, deadly, desperately, eminently, enormously, especially, ever, exceedingly (also exceeding), extra, extremely, fabulously, fantastically, far, fiercely, filthy, frightfully, full, greatly, heavily, highly, hugely, immensely, incredibly, intensely, jolly, majorly, mightily, mighty, mortally, most, much, particularly, passing, real, really, right, roaring, seriously, severely, so, sore, sorely, spanking, specially, such, super, supremely, surpassingly, terribly, that, thumping, uncommonly, vastly, very, vitally, way, whacking, wicked, wildly;
a lot, as all get-out, good and;
TOO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of too for English Language Learners
: in addition
: more than what is wanted, needed, acceptable, possible, etc.
: to a high degree or extent : very or extremely
TOO Defined for Kids
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