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  • v. Present participle of overanalyse.


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  • He no longer even dabbles, on account of a creative block that had him overanalysing his own work, but he'd like to return to it.

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  • It was an interesting theory, but he suspected he was overanalysing events.

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  • She just drives me nuts were her mother-hen aura and overanalysing of everything single thing I do.

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  • It goes along with my bad habit of overanalysing everything.

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  • Occassionally the craft of putting the words into the correct format, the contant rewriting and overanalysing can try my patience.

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  • It reminds me of English class, so much time was spent overanalysing the sentance structure and not enough actually writing and learning new words, that all anyone could write were gramatically correct but confusing sounding sentances with simple minded words in them.

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  • Is there really something to it or am I just overanalysing an computer-animated film for kids?

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  • OK, first let's just remind ourselves that Doctor Who is a kids 'show, and that overanalysing it would be very silly indeed.

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  • Remembering this is as important, if not more so, than overanalysing our own children.

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  • People need to stop overanalysing tiny details in these shows.



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