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only too

very She'd be only too happy to help you. We were only too aware of the risks involved in traveling there.

only too

1. At the very least, as a matter of fact, as in I know only too well that I can't win the lottery. This usage was first recorded in 1817.
2. Very, extremely, as in I am only too glad to help. This usage was first recorded in 1899.