- adj. Simple past tense and past participle of overdress.
- adj. dressed too elaborately
“It is very unlikely that any one else will be in white or anything at all dressy, and you will look overdressed, which is in very bad taste; besides, though the weather seems warm enough for such thin material here on shore, it will be a great deal cooler on the water; and should the waves or spray come dashing over us, you would find your dress clinging to you like a wet rag -- neither beauty nor comfort in it.”
“And as for uncaring Mexican owners. .well you should see Spunky's other brother wearing his tee shirt all winter, or the other "overdressed" ones in this part of town.”
“She was good-looking enough, in her thinnish, solemn way, but it seemed to me she was kind of overdressed and too grand.”
“She said that earlier we walked by a water fountain that was lined in golden horses, and being overdressed in front of golden horses in Prague was like being too prepared for the SAT.”
“We were both overdressed for the park, but the formality was refreshing so late in the night.”
“I thought Ester was overdressed too, but she said this was impossible.”
“I was overdressed for the weather, and sweat streamed down my face as I walked around the block at 34th Street and Lexington Avenue, putting off the meeting with my role model.”
“Amidst bikini-clad women and overdressed old men, the two unassuming young Brits sit on a plain white couch, sharing a cigarette, barely shaded from the mid-afternoon sun.”
“They have been told that they are overdressed, and the skirts are dated.”
“In order to encourage people to come all fancy without worrying about being overdressed, I promised that my dress would out-formal every other dress in attendance.”
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