Another word for excessive
excessive exorbitant extravagant immoderate inordinate extreme unreasonableSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives mean exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit. Excessive describes a quantity, amount, or degree that is more than what is justifiable, tolerable, or desirable: excessive drinking. Exorbitant usually refers to a quantity or degree that far exceeds what is customary or fair: exorbitant interest rates. Extravagant sometimes specifies lavish or unwise expenditure (extravagant gifts); often it implies unbridled divergence from reason or sound judgment (extravagant claims). Immoderate denotes lack of due moderation: immoderate enthusiasm. Inordinate implies an overstepping of bounds imposed by authority or dictated by good sense: inordinate demands. Extreme suggests the utmost degree of excessiveness: extreme joy. Unreasonable applies to what exceeds reasonable limits: charged an unreasonable rent.
Another word for excessiveadjective
Exceeding a normal or reasonable limit:exorbitant, extravagant, extreme, immoderate, inordinate, overabundant, overmuch, undue. See excess