Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See phrase under too.

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Examples

  • "Trash" -- isn't that what Our Lady of the Social Register, Sally Quinn, said in essence in her infamous WAPO essay about how the Clintons came and just tacked-up Washington with their too-too Bubba-ish ways?

    Two lovely human beings

  • This ensemble was too-too perfect for the coming attraction.

    34 weeks growth « Adventures in Juggling

  • Of course she is just too-too cute…even if she has the nerve to grow out of her tap shoes two months before competition season ends!

    02 « June « 2008 « Adventures in Juggling

  • The sock monkey dresses are just too-too; words fail.

    Two Odd Bits

  • She also now waves and waits expectantly every time she sees a helicopter - planes, helicopters, cars and vans all get called too-too her impression of a horn.

    Snell-Pym » 2007 » May

  • But maybe our sublte young new-troll felt that was a trifle too-too

    Third and Long for ID - The Panda's Thumb

  • Would you think me just too-too immodest if I told you that I make an absolutely killer chocolate pudding?

    velvety fudge pudding

  • That means it is time to retire the bling phone, but this new model is just too-too and I am tickled... pink!

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Later I learned that going topless is a too-too thing on the Riviera Maya.

    Bliss, paradise and no tipping

  • One of the things we talked about last night, as Vin tried to get us to help him finish his too-too large banana sundae at Chili's, was criticism in comic books (the other one, which I hope someone else writes about, was the application of the Japanese studio art system to the Filipino comics context).

    Archive 2003-05-01

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