overemphasised love


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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overemphasise.


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  • The Irish church's culture of secrecy and confidentiality had been "overemphasised" in the past, said the bishop of Cloghar, Joseph Duffy.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Here, and elsewhere, The Passages of Herman Melville feels overemphasised.

    The Passages of Herman Melville by Jay Parini – review

  • So, given the culture of partisanship, corruption, instilling of fear and a general lack of responsibility the unity government will have to transcend everything else and a change of attitude is not overemphasised.

    The stumbling blocks to Zimbabwe unity

  • Frankly, that is a weak argument as the importance of S4C to the nation and the language cannot be overemphasised enough.

    WAG, LCOs and S4C

  • I think this vernacular insight is overemphasised perhaps because of the example of Newton and Einstein which is striking.

    A Hopeful New Year

  • The contribution of adequate and reliable defence intelligence in the fulfilment of the above-mentioned role cannot be overemphasised.

    Speech by Dr Manie Schoeman during the debate on the Defence budget vote

  • Any such trade links should work both ways and the importance of Welsh firms proactively seeking opportunities in the United States cannot be overemphasised.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • As I have emphasised in this blog time and time again, the role of universities in revitalising the Welsh economy cannot be overemphasised.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • As was the case for The Squid and the Whale, this feature can be viewed primarily as a microcosm of family life gone sour, debated through intense scrutiny of character flaws, and unhealthy reliance on the basic tools of psychoanalysis and occasionally quirky and always overemphasised moments of allegorical imagery.

    MARGOT AT THE WEDDING | Obsessed With Film

  • "The need for indigenous healers to diagnose illnesses, prescribe and prepare herbal medicine, provide counselling and offer spiritual support cannot be overemphasised," Ncgobo was quoted as saying.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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