- v. To analyze too much or in too much detail.
- over- + analyze (Wiktionary)
“They tend to overanalyze things a little bit more than other markets.”
“It's like watching Good Will Hunting, when you talk to people who like to overanalyze thing, when Affleck gets humiliated for not having culture and Will shows everybody that the guys is just talking out of his ass.”
“The con may not stand up to close examination, but it's so fast and amusing, you won't be inclined to overanalyze.”
“The key is to not overanalyze this election's results and don't get discouraged.”
“Working for the Census Bureau is giving me a lot of downtime to overanalyze things.”
“Part of why this company got into problems is that it would totally overanalyze everything.”
““Sometimes I think we overanalyze these things,” Stevens said.”
“The cynics would roast him, everyone else would overanalyze and speculate like crazy, and he ' d probably never break 80 again.”
“I long for the day when we can go to see a movie without having to overanalyze it.”
“There was nothing to debate or overanalyze frame by frame as he and the Cavs made easy work of Charlotte.”
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