overmuch


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I have overmuch need for your swords that you should turn them upon each other.
To speak truth, my father, I have had so much to do with the loosing of the spirits of men that I never troubled myself overmuch with them after they were loosed; there will be time to do this when I myself am of their number.
If you lie with kings and lordings overmuch, you are like to need it.
But feeling overmuch about her has perhaps made me unfair to you.
Truly, his clothes have overmuch prettiness for my taste," quoth Arthur a Bland, "but, ne'ertheless, his shoulders are broad and his loins are narrow, and seest thou, good master, how that his arms hang from his body?
White Fang had seen the camp-dogs toiling in the harness, so that he did not resent overmuch the first placing of the harness upon himself.
The strong show in KP will certainly irk the PTI and its satellite of religious parties as PML-N has never had a strong presence in the province it shouldn't bother them overmuch.
Plinking tin cans, water balloons, clay pigeons on a dirt bank--one can go out and practice rapid fire, offhand, different positions, without a lot of Sturm und Drang and without having to worry overmuch about noise or ricochets.
She'll probably not mind that overmuch - but she shouldn't give them any ammunition.
Sir Arthur Eddington (2014) stated, "It is also a good rule not to put overmuch confidence in the observational results that are put forward until they have been confirmed by theory.
Margaret Thatcher didn't care for it overmuch while Labour Prime Minister Clement Attlee was far more relaxed.
The fact that the electoral code of conduct was observed only in the breach cannot be regretted overmuch.