Notes on Nuance:
Note how the word "too" can be placed at the beginning of a word, almost like a prefix, to communicate excess.
"By night, beneath a charming but too-dim sconce at a too-small table, she staged various actions."
—Jonathan Franzen, The Corrections (2001)
"The rather too inclusive speech brought down a torrent of vituperation from other quarters upon fair Tess’s unlucky head."
—Thomas Hardy, Tess of the d’Urbervilles (1891)