none too

none too not very.
Main Entry: too

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  • none too — (informal) Not very • • • Main Entry: ↑none none too 1. Hardly, barely 2. Not very • • • Main Entry: ↑too * * * none too phrase not at all …   Useful english dictionary

  • none too — {adv.} Not very; not at all. * /The doctor arrived none too soon as Lucy s fever was alarmingly high./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • none too — {adv.} Not very; not at all. * /The doctor arrived none too soon as Lucy s fever was alarmingly high./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • none\ too — adv Not very; not at all. The doctor arrived none too soon as Lucy s fever was alarmingly high …   Словарь американских идиом

  • none too — not very. I gripped the back of his neck and, none too gently, gave his head a firm shake …   New idioms dictionary

  • none too — not at all Hugo was none too happy when I told him I was leaving …   English dictionary

  • none too - — far from; not very her sight s none too good …   Useful english dictionary

  • none too —— — not very. → too …   English new terms dictionary

  • None Too Soon — Studio album by Allan Holdsworth Released …   Wikipedia

  • none too pleased — not/none/too pleased phrase used for saying that someone is annoyed about something Dad wasn’t too pleased about me losing the keys. Thesaurus: feeling angry or annoyedsynonym Main entry: pleased * * * far from ˈ …   Useful english dictionary

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