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- adjective Rendered too colourful; with an
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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There is a weird buzz there, everyone looks at you when you walk in can't blame 'em, it's so small, the menus are sticky, the plastic plates are overcolored, yet faded too.
If the picture be not overcolored by the critic's eye, we must believe this to be the culmination of the morbidly spiritualistic tendency which we meet in Scheffer's works.
These sarcasms are probably not much overcolored, for, with one or two exceptions, newspapers had sunk to a very low state indeed, and this may be looked upon as one of the most degraded periods in the history of journalism with which we have had to deal, or shall hereafter have to encounter.
In it one sees, as in a brilliant series of highly-colored views -- overcolored very often -- shifting with strange rapidity and in wild lights, how from June,
This fault, particularly, cannot be corrected during washing, but I have mentioned, at the end, how such overcolored emulsion can be made of use before wetting (flowing).
Now this last statement was undoubtedly overcolored; as little Jo
From the topmost palm frond to the overcolored fungi patching the black earth arrogant Beauty ruled, but to the weary eyes that looked upon her she was become an evil queen.
And never, in several years of intimate contact with Mr, Garner did he so much as once put forth a statement or an estimate that seemed to me exaggerated or overcolored.
Slumber was long in coming, for the disturbed nerves refused to settle into peace, and the excited brain brought back to her eyes distorted and overcolored visions of the night's events.
Now this last statement was undoubtedly overcolored; as little Jo Squires was running about the village, -- with an ugly scar on his arm, it is true, where the beast had caught him with his teeth, on the occasion of the child's taking liberties with him, as he had been accustomed to do with a good-tempered Newfoundland dog, who seemed to like being pulled and hauled round by children.