Did you mayhaps mean overeager?
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“While occasionally some of this work dates itself, by its sometimes over-eager attempts to be too daring and not beautiful enough, what is most striking is how wonderfully balanced innovation and tradition appear in such designs.”
“Hewlett-Packard's $10 billion bid for U.K. software giant Autonomy may be an over-eager use of its cash, but it proves the continent can create home-grown champions.”
“Walker's Andrew Jackson, after leading the over-eager troupe through an opening number that repeats the words "Populism yea yea," is next seen playing with wooden dolls as a child who loses his parents to either cholera or Indian attacks.”
“In a way, Martin's Clouseau is like an over-eager little kid who can't get the grown-ups to take him seriously, and the harder he tries to make them treat him as a grown-up like them the more child-like he appears in their eyes.”
“You want to display confidence and enthusiasm without seeming arrogant or over-eager.”
“I started using Twitter one day into my first SXSW, and I had it mostly figured within one or two over-eager days.”
“The flow of visitors swelled when the Napoleonic wars stopped continental jaunts and the "Lakers" were much mocked: William Gilpin was immortalised by Rowlandson in 1812 as the over-eager pedant on his scrawny nag, sketching a lake, in The Tour of Dr Syntax in Search of the Picturesque "I'll prose it here, I'll verse it there/And picturesque it everywhere".”
“Christine's heard one too many stories of over-eager dogs jumping or falling from windows, so she's not taking any chances with her precious charges.”
“(Redemptionis Sacramentum #6) We observe with considerable anxiety and some misgiving, that elsewhere certain enthusiasts, over-eager in their search for novelty, are straying beyond the path of sound doctrine and prudence.”
“But at least he did avoid the flag - the Jets seem to be collecting them faster than an over-eager scout troupe.”
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