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Line breaks: over|much
Pronunciation: /əʊvəˈmʌtʃ

Definition of overmuch in English:

adverb, determiner, & pronoun

Too much: [as adverb]: I would not worry overmuch [as determiner]: the police may have overmuch regard for public order considerations [as pronoun]: she was requiring overmuch from him
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  • This is a tiny airport with very few formalities and even fewer facilities, so nobody worries overmuch about designated parking places.
  • He would like to see people taking a little more exercise rather than worrying overmuch about whether they've eaten too much chocolate.
  • What critics or audiences think of me doesn't worry me overmuch, as long as I am still offered new challenges in the theatre as well as cinema.

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