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I don't think this jacket fits me; it's rather too small.
I think weve invited rather too many people.
This book is rather too easy for the the seniors.
To be candid with you, we like your printed shirting, but your price is rather too high for the market we wish to supply.
A chapter on suburbia, for example, is rather too full of detail of developers long forgotten.
The rather too inclusive speech brought down a torrent of vituperation from other quarters upon fair Tess's unlucky head.
There were the same curtainless windows, and narrow strips of bedside carpet; the same clanging bell in the early morning; the same uncompromising servants filing into a long dining-room to assist at perhaps the same prayers; and there was altogether rather too much of the "private academy for the sons of gentlemen preparing for the church and the army," in the Talboys establishment.
The way they run around and around on a wheel might strike rather too many chords for some.
He was rather too indulgent in humouring her caprices.
He was rather too indulgent in humouring her caprices; not from affection, but from pride: he wished earnestly to see her bring honour to the family by an alliance with the Lintons, and as long as she let.him alone she might trample us like slaves, for aught he cared!
Carlos: I got indicted trying to make enough money to keep you happy.
I know, is to listen to Shinto, and not look at the world, but I still have weak focus on the reality and the feelings and pressure from around the eyes.
I think that some things can be forgotten, and some things that can be commemorated, and some things that can be willingly, and some things that have been powerless.