Inordinately and Over


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Inordinately adverb – Beyond a normal or acceptable limit.
Over and inordinately are semantically related in greatly topic. In some cases you can use "Over" instead the word "Inordinately" as an adverb or an adjective, when it comes to topics like excessively, unduly.
Nearby Word: inordinate
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Over adverb – From one side to the other of an intervening space.
Inordinately and over are semantically related in in addition topic. Sometimes you can use "Inordinately" instead the word "Over" as an adverb or an adjective.
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  • Series / Wolf Hall Though being concerned over Elizabeth's standing is understandable (not being a son, the only advantage she has over Mary is Anne's marriage), she seems inordinately spiteful.
  • Treasure Planet fanfics seem inordinately fond of direct retellings of the movie, except this time there's a plucky female recruit/stowaway/cabin girl who's a Kindred Spirit to Jim and thus can fall in love with him over the course of the story, if she isn't his sister instead.
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