- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overdo.
“She's singing "No One," and while she's clearly having fun, she kind of overdoes it a bit.”
“I think Marvel kind of overdoes it in terms of trying to be ‘with the times’, and while I have nothing to support this beyond my own experiences with Marvel books, it’s often done in a very patronizing, ‘look how with it we are’ manner.”
“He added: We should be frank: sometimes in this country, the left overestimates the power of Murdoch, and the right overdoes the left-leanings of the BBC.”
“Mr. Campbell's libretto overdoes everything, and is crammed with extraneous lines that pile up details without adding depth.”
“Jo McInnes's strenuous production overdoes the group's restlessness and, even though Peter McDonald as the tortured Greg and Isabel Ellison as the teenage outsider briefly impress, you sense the actors working overtime to give highly physical, Steppenwolf-style performances.”
“If Unusuals overdoes the levity, it's still more appealing than the deadly serious, painfully dreary Southland.”
“Warner, a Democrat on the Senate Banking Committee, said … Another concern is that the agency, “divorced from the reality of the market and the reality of the financial institution, becomes so focused on a gotcha mentality that it overdoes,” Warner said.”
“I would say that Dr.T. 's opening rather overdoes it with his overweening pomposity.”
“Think your neighbor overdoes the Halloween decorations?”
“All-Glass Firefox overdoes the transparency, but Glasser looks just fine for me.”
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