Definitions

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  • v. To display emotion excessive for the situation.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ emote

Examples

  • The young actors, some of them Korean pop stars, were directed to overemote and scream outrageously during their "Titanic" style dramatic disaster scenes, but that was fascinating too.

    Haeundae, The Drowned World

  • Look, if I want to overemote, I'll do it myself, watching this irritatingly self-aggrandizing hooey.

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