1. It was too good to resist.
  2. The study was too good to be true.
  3. “Everything about it seems too good to be true,” one senior Cambridge classicist told me.
  4. “It was too good to be true,” a professor who was working at Tilburg at the time told me.
  5. The happy day has arrived when nobody any longer considers the plastic package too good to throw away.
  6. A story about the illegal detention of the actors from a film about illegal detention turned out to be too good to ignore.
  7. Given its commitment to building Hinkley Point C, the government had no choice but to make EDF an offer that was too good to resist.