inordinately

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excessively; in an unrestrained manner; in a disorderly manner
extremely; "she was inordinately smart"; "it will be an extraordinarily painful step to negotiate
extremely; "she was inordinately smart"; "it will be an extraordinarily painful step to negotiate"
in an inordinate manner
disordinately
inordinately depressing
very depressing, causing great sadness
inordinate
Excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme
ınordinately
{a} in an irregular manner
inordinate
Not limited to rules prescribed, or to usual bounds; irregular; excessive; immoderate; as, an inordinate love of the world
inordinate
emphasis If you describe something as inordinate, you are emphasizing that it is unusually or excessively great in amount or degree. They spend an inordinate amount of time talking. + inordinately in·or·di·nate·ly He is inordinately proud of his wife's achievements. far more than you would reasonably or normally expect = excessive (inordinatus, from ordinare )
inordinate
beyond normal limits; "excessive charges"; "a book of inordinate length"; "his dress stops just short of undue elegance"; "unreasonable demands"
inordinate
{s} excessive, immoderate; disorderly
inordinate
Excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude
inordinately

    Hyphenation

    in·or·di·nate·ly

    Turkish pronunciation

    înôrdınıtli

    Pronunciation

    /ənˈôrdənətlē/ /ɪnˈɔːrdənətliː/

    Etymology

    [ i-'nor-d&n-& ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English inordinat, from Latin inordinatus, from in- + ordinatus, past participle of ordinare to arrange; more at ORDAIN.

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