- adj. Excessively competitive.
- over- + competitive (Wiktionary)
“I, on the other hand, am the type of mean-spirited, overcompetitive fan who would gleefully celebrate a win over a team of under-10s if it would secure my team a piece of silverware.”
“What's funny is when some overcompetitive schlub pulls in front of you at a light only to find him/herself in the puddle of urine you were holding back from entering.”
“She knows very well how important the learning benefits and social interaction of preschool are but Tania's doing this to protect herself as well as her son - from the overcompetitive mums who are constantly pointing out how advanced and brilliant their children are compared to hers.”
“Keep in mind, too, the sad fact that toddlers with overcompetitive parents have been shown to be more at risk of developing anxiety, having ulcers, suffering depression and having other health problems.”
“What I wanted to ask is how do you guys check and decide what you next site will be? how do you check if it is too overcompetitive etc?”
“But Dr Hasson, who based his theory on fertility statistics and mathematical models, says today's overcompetitive sperm are so fast they can beat the blockade and ruin the normal fertilisation process.”
“I couldn't make it, and I joked that it was probably for the best, since the theme was Game Night and I'm prone to becoming a tad overcompetitive when games are involved.”
“That's when traders were making a lot of money, which made them pump out extra testosterone, grow overconfident and overcompetitive, and take on more and more risks that eventually went bust.”
“The two revenge strands do run paralell together and Camille, while being very capable and "Bonds equal" didnt come across as smug and overcompetitive like alot of the Brosnan girls did.”
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