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Able To Take Just So Much »
(losing patience; becoming angry...)

Protest Too Much »
(you tend not to believe a person because they insist too strongly that something is not true...)

A Great Deal »
(very much; a lot; a large amount...)

Actions Speak Louder Than Words »
(to do the thing is more difficult and important than to just talk about it; doing things is much more difficult and important than just talking about things...)

Carried Away »
(one is so excited that one does too much...)

Drink To Excess »
(drink too much; drink more than one should...)

Familiarity Breeds Contempt »
(too much time together causes bad feelings...)

Far And Away The Best »
(much better than any others...)

Feeding Your Face »
(eating too much food, too quickly...)

Generous To A Fault »
(very generous; gives too much to others; one is even too willing to share...)

Get Carried Away »
(have such strong feelings while doing something that one does too much...)

Give A Blank Check To Someone »
(give someone the freedom to spend as much money as they think they need...)

Go On A Binge »
(do too much of something for a long time...)

Go Overboard »
(do too much of it; go too far...)

Hang Tough »
(stay strong; don't get sad and don't worry too much...)

Old Enough To Be Someone's Father »
(I am a lot older than you; you are much younger than I...)

Set Someone Back Some Amount Of Money »
(one had to pay that amount of money; it cost that much...)

Spread Oneself Too Thin »
(spend too much time in too many different places; not focus enough on one thing...)

To One's Heart's Content »
(as much as one wants to do it...)

Work One's Fingers To The Bone »
(Working so much that one is physically sore...)

You Can Say That Again »
(I agree with you so much that I am willing to hear you say it again...)



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