Definitions

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  • adjective Free to excess; too liberal; too familiar.

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  • adjective Too liberal or familiar.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ free

Examples

  • Her fine chagrin at the thought of such things as she feared might be censurable as overfree self-revelation to her lover in such things as letters and the sweet concessions of the new betrothal -- all this was past, now.

    Double Trouble Or, Every Hero His Own Villain

  • Branagh brings "articulate melancholy to Tom Stoppard's punchy, witty, if overfree translation," writes

    GreenCine Daily

  • How do I be overfree with? sufficiently earliest I had a look at their ship details to see if they had a phone gauge or bodily talk ... and as expected there was none.

    London Indymedia Features

  • Branagh brings "articulate melancholy to Tom Stoppard's punchy, witty, if overfree translation," writes

    GreenCine Daily

  • Branagh brings "articulate melancholy to Tom Stoppard's punchy, witty, if overfree translation," writes

    GreenCine Daily

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