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1, She was inordinately fond of her pets.
2, He is inordinately proud of his wife's achievements.
3, She's inordinately fond of her parrot.
4, With rare exceptions, it was also inordinately expensive.
5, One afternoon that spring the weather became inordinately hot, boiling up to midsummer levels.
6, But the residents are inordinately preoccupied with propriety, and nothing at all is funny.
7, They fretted that their personnel responsibilities would be inordinately demanding of their time and energy.
8, Gruff and inordinately self-reliant, Gordon was highly conservative in attitude, theology, and lifestyle.
9, They went into the lobby where the doorman, inordinately well-dressed to be pushing buzzers, gave I0C a sharp blast.
10, You are inordinately curious about and proud of everything that comes out of your body.
11, Arabs are inordinately proud of their linguistic heritage.
12, The other person who loved Joey inordinately was the Monaghan girl, Connie.
13, She seemed inordinately curious and pleased, but would leave me at last to the dreadful homework, which I usually managed to finish right before suppertime.
14, Inordinately large doses in man may cause death by interference with gaseous exchange due pulmonary edema.
15, When a fox held their attention for an inordinately long time, I knew I was in trouble.
16, Google is inordinately useful, but it is not remotely intelligent,[http://sentencedict.com/inordinately.html] as we human beings understand that term.
17, With its inordinately valuable and trusted brand at stake in the Washington Post, the risks are clearly high.
18, But they are overwhelmed by bureaucratic regulations and by their inordinately high case loads.
19, It was impossible to treat all parliamentary candidates alike without being either wholly uninformative or inordinately lengthy.
20, He almost single-handedly brokered a peace deal with secessionist rebels in Chechnya last fall, thereby ending an inordinately bloody war.
21, I had made a big profit on the deal and was feeling inordinately pleased with myself.
22, Such a panic was set off in August 2007 by inordinately blowing up the dangers to the world financial system inherent in a mere $400 to $600 billion of securities backed by U.
23, One night last week I found myself having an inordinately good time at a holiday dinner with friends.
24, Such a panic was set off in August 2007 by inordinately blowing up the dangers to the world financial system inherent in a mere $400 to $600 billion of securities backed by U.S. subprime mortgages.
25, The absurd thing is that it should be the soul of this body which it transcends so inordinately.
26, The first cases of AIDS probably occurred in 1979, but the disease was not noticed until an inordinately large number of young men with KS was reported.
27, But if you are determined to accumulate wealth, it isn't inordinately difficult.
28, The paradox is that when sex is problematic, it plays an inordinately powerful, negative role in new marriages.
29, Consequence of this kind of training is that privates rely inordinately on their officers.
30, I was surprised because there seemed to be an inordinately high proportion of Canadian garbage references among Oxford dictionaries.
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