Example sentences for: all-too-familiar

How can you use “all-too-familiar” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The real danger is that Willes will stray too far toward service journalism, becoming "a promoter of an all-too-familiar kind of newspaper: one that has increasingly little to do with news."

  • With an insouciant and supercilious tone, he employed descriptors such as "trailer-trash," "redneck," "codger," "nut," "fringe," and the rest of that all-too-familiar list.

  • The now all-too-familiar process of totalitarianism set in: Opposition leaders were assassinated; their parties, free unions, and free press all abolished.

  • The cover of the NYT "Book Review" (plus an inside WP "Book World" piece) is given to Philip Gourevitch's extraordinary book on the Rwanda massacres, We Wish To Inform You That Tomorrow We Will be Killed With Our Families . Gourevitch's narrative demonstrates the "collective criminality" of Rwandan Hutus--neighbors hacking neighbors to death--as well as the all-too-familiar inaction of the U.N.


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