too familiar

See: trite
References in classic literature ?
Or else she stayed indoors and nursed a mood with which she was becoming too familiar for her own comfort and peace of mind.
If you make it too familiar, it will work no extraordinary effect, when sickness cometh.
All too familiar with the industry standard of flat sheets of glass and their associated rigidity and lack of reflectivity, Heatherwick wanted something more tantalisingly fluid and sparkling.
Half (53%) say they are somewhat familiar with the agreement to be voted on by the House today, and 38% say they are not too familiar.