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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Definitions for too-too

  1. Informal. excessively and tastelessly affected: The movie was simply too-too.
  2. Informal. in an excessively and tastelessly affected manner.

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Citations for too-too
The too-too man was right and correct in everything he did or said in the irritating way of the catechism. Anthony C. Winkler, Dog War, 2006
Think of the frisson of awarding Best Picture to a 37-year-old movie. Isn’t it just, well, too-too? The Bagger, "It’s Up to You, New York, but Not Really," New York Times, December 8, 2006
Origin of too-too
1890-1895
Too-too entered English in the late 1800s and is a reduplication of the adverb too.