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

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Examples

  • Having been perhaps overinfluenced by the avant garde, however, he took the tape with my okay, not so thrilling efforts, and proceeded to stomp on it, sprinkle the tape with oil and dribbles of bleach, and finally run it through a bucket of sand.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Merce Cunningham, Adieu:

  • The problem is that people have been overinfluenced by the artificial rules of prescriptive grammarians.

    On who(m)ever

  • My impression from outside is that the statistical analyses are weak, the climate models are simplistic and overinfluenced by selection and publication biases, the theoretic underpinning is extraordinarily shakey and the belief engine is overrevved with the popularity of certain "star performers" and the Romantic desire for a Paradise Lost that never existed.

    The Georgia Tech Report Card « Climate Audit

  • Because Russia has small market capitalization - relative to the U.S. or other stock giants - it will be overinfluenced by outside markets, Townsend said.

    The St. Petersburg Times

  • They tried to forge some element of connection, and they wanted me to have an orgasm, even if their ideas about how to give me one were overinfluenced by unrealistic porno flicks.

    I.Z. Reloaded: Online Refreshments

  • But, when once this political crisis developed, you found yourself isolated from the growing influence in Washington who were fed up with the government out there, overinfluenced in my opinion by the American press.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

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