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- adj. excessively enthusiastic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. unduly enthusiastic.
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- adj. unduly enthusiastic
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Kilgore said Thursday that Gillani has since admitted the email was "overenthusiastic" but also maintained that Jaffer had been copied on the email, although he might not remember it as it came in the morning after his arrest.
Both parties are convinced that the Greek Cypriots do not want a settlement and say President Mehmet Ali Talat is sometimes "overenthusiastic" in negotiations with Greek Cypriot leader Dimitris Christofias.
The fact that Ovechkin has fun playing hockey breathed joy back into this team from the day he arrived, but his allegedly overenthusiastic celebrations are an example of how that excitement has earned him criticism around the league.
If anything, Mr. West, who recently launched a fashion line, and Mr. Sachs have a similar overenthusiastic work ethic.
The consequences of having large numbers of ill-trained overenthusiastic youth on the front lines was painfully evident in a friendly-fire incident Friday night, when a coalition airstrike hit a rebel position, killing 13 rebel fighters and wounding seven.
Have a good weekend and wrap up those poor overenthusiastic plants (perhaps they should be in the next intake!).
You can always blame it on an overenthusiastic Marketing department.
Officials also had to cancel another stage that day due to overenthusiastic spectators.
My review starts: At the risk of sounding overenthusiastic, here is another superb outing in the Martin Beck series.
The police in Montalbano's team feature strongly in this outing also: Mimi's wedding traumas; Fazio's understanding and loyalty even when his boss has quite clearly strayed over the line of what is legal; and of course my favourite, the verbally challenged, overenthusiastic Caterella.