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excessive (adj.)

"exceeding the usual or proper limit, degree, measure, or proportion; going beyond what is sanctioned by correct principles; immoderate; extravagant; unreasonable;" late 14c., from Old French excessif "excessive, oppressive," from Latin excess-, past-participle stem of excedere "to depart, go beyond" (see exceed). Related: Excessively; excessiveness.

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Definitions of excessive

excessive (adj.)
beyond normal limits;
excessive charges
excessive (adj.)
unrestrained, especially with regard to feelings;
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