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inordinate-adjective  [in-awr-dn-it]
1. not within proper or reasonable limits; immoderate; excessive: He drank an inordinate amount of wine.
2. unrestrained in conduct, feelings, etc.: an inordinate admirer of beauty.
3. disorderly; uncontrolled.
4. not regulated; irregular: inordinate hours.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/inordinate

Though he pretended not to care about the Harry Potter books, he was inordinately fond of them and had a hard time covering it up.



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