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Excessive vs. Unfair

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Excessiveadjective

Exceeding the usual bounds of something; extravagant; immoderate.

‘Putting a wide vibrato on a single 16th triplet note at 160 beats per minute seems rather excessive.’;

Unfairadjective

not beautiful; uncomely; unattractive

Excessiveadjective

Characterized by, or exhibiting, excess; overmuch.

‘Excessive grief [is] the enemy to the living.’;

Unfairadjective

sorrowful; sad

Excessiveadjective

beyond normal limits;

‘excessive charges’; ‘a book of inordinate length’; ‘his dress stops just short of undue elegance’; ‘unreasonable demands’;

Unfairadjective

(archaic) unseemly; disgraceful

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Excessiveadjective

unrestrained in especially feelings;

‘extravagant praise’; ‘exuberant compliments’; ‘overweening ambition’; ‘overweening greed’;

Unfairadjective

not fair, unjust

‘It was unfair for the boss to give larger bonuses to his friends.’;

Excessiveadjective

more than is necessary, normal, or desirable; immoderate

‘he was drinking excessive amounts of brandy’;

Unfairverb

to make ugly

Unfairverb

To deprive of fairness or beauty.

Unfairadjective

Not fair; not honest; not impartial; disingenuous; using or involving trick or artifice; dishonest; unjust; unequal.

‘You come, like an unfair merchant, to charge me with being in your debt.’;

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Unfairadjective

showing favoritism

Unfairadjective

not fair; marked by injustice or partiality or deception;

‘used unfair methods’; ‘it was an unfair trial’; ‘took an unfair advantage’;

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