Inordinate

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British pronunciation/ɪnˈɔːdɪnət/
American pronunciation/ˌɪˈnɔɹdənɪt/
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much more than what is normal, reasonable, or expected

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She received an inordinate amount of praise for her small contribution to the project.
The company faced criticism for its inordinate use of plastic packaging, contributing to environmental concerns.
His inordinate amount of time spent playing video games affected his academic performance.
His inordinate appetite for sweets led to health problems later in life.
The inordinate delay in processing the paperwork caused frustration among applicants.
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