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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overemote.
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Monheit overembellished the melody, which might have been forgivable if she hadn't also overemoted, once even interjecting a theatrical sob.
Another soprano, Natalie Dessay, fared better and more cleanly in a Rachmaninoff song, "Sing Not, O Lovely One," but overemoted a bit.
In the end, pop hooks, overemoted sentiments, and intricate arrangements usually triumph, though -- especially when "South Col" 's brief feedback yields to the shimmer and swell of album centerpiece "The Snow Leopard".