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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overexplain.
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'The Beaver,' a hand-puppet tale that overexplains itself, still fits Gibson like a glove.
Having been in Washington for decades, he often overexplains those details, as Bob Dole did against Bill Clinton in 1996.
I like it when he glibly overexplains some aberrant behaviorial trait to Richard Belzer and Ice T, who make only the slightest pretense of listening (and caring); but that's the only thing I like.
Finally, the movie overexplains Lisbeth Salander, diminishing her mysterious appeal.
Projective identification both overexplains and underexplains, but limits aside, an awareness of the process might usefully get a couple puzzling over the constraints they’ve imposed on each other, as well as themselves.
As Topher overexplains, making a superperson isn't possible: "Achievement is balanced by fault, by a lack.