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The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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Too much food spoils the appetite, and too much talk becomes worthless.
A lifetime of doing good is not enough; one day of doing evil is too much.
Too much rain is not good, nor too much sun. Too much talking is not good, nor too much silence.
Nearby words for too much
too big for one's boots
too big for one's breeches
too big for one's britches
too big for ones breeches
too big for our breeches
too big for their breeches
too big for your breeches
too big her breeches
too big his breeches
too big my breeches
too big one breeches
too big one's breeches
too big ones breeches
too big our breeches
too big their breeches
too big your breeches
too close for comfort
too close to call
too good to be true
too hot to handle
too little, too late
too many chiefs and not enough indians
too many cooks spoil the broth
too many irons in the fire
too much of a good thing
too rich for someone's blood