How to use A-bit-much in a sentence
David Bache's ideas were to leave gaps on it, which just looked a bit much when they saw the mock-ups.
Even for those who are glued to their couches every Sunday, managing the various aspects of the game can be a bit much.
While this is preferable for some Christian homeschoolers, the strong anti-evolution focus of the curriculum may be a bit much for others.
If gold feathered earrings seem like a bit much on a hot sunny beach day, then consider big, bold bracelets in look-at-me colors like peach coral, sultry purple or ravishing red.
I rather admire a hardworking guy and I am very busy myself, but it seems to be a bit much to me.Advertisement
Maybe its just a bit much to ask given the whole thing is run by morons.
Although for a one-off, I enjoyed the pomp, it was a bit much even for me.
People, places, events and material items can all be a sign of the times, but naming your child after the Olympic Games because she was born during the opening ceremonies can be a bit much.
This hype may seem a bit much for a mere makeup bag, but, hey, personalized makeup bags are a luxury item.
Consider this look sparingly, as it works best for special occasions like parties, but can seem like a bit much as an everyday look.Advertisement
On the other hand, if leather and vinyl seem like a bit much for your personality, then consider a cotton style.