Inordinately and Very

Inordinately

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Inordinately adverb – Beyond a normal or acceptable limit.
Usage example: taking an inordinately long time to finish the house

Very and inordinately are semantically related in greatly topic. In some cases you can use "Very" instead an adverb "Inordinately", when it comes to topics like excessively.
Nearby Word: inordinate
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Very

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Very adverb – To a great degree.
Inordinately and very are semantically related in extraordinarily topic. You can use "Inordinately" instead an adverb "Very".
Synonyms for Very
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