What is another word for too much?

Pronunciation: [tˈuː mʌt͡ʃ] (IPA)

There are plenty of synonyms for the expression "too much." The term "excessive" refers to going beyond what is appropriate or necessary. "Over the top" implies something that is heavily exaggerated and far beyond the normal level of something. "Extremely" indicates something that is very high or greatly in excess of a standard level. "Exaggerated" means to enhance or enlarge the already present something that may be true or false. "Inordinate" suggests extreme excess, especially in comparison to what is generally accepted or expected. Alternatively, "overabundance" connotes an excess of quantity or quality. Lastly, "hyper" implies excessiveness to an extreme level.

Synonyms for Too much:

What are the hypernyms for Too much?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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