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

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Examples

  • On the one hand, it is true that an "overmixed" color is more likely to look dull and dirty (in the wrong context), that is, if it is a pure pigment, it can still be totally wrong, but for other reasons (I mean, it won't be perceived as muddy).

    The Mud Debate

  • In the end, I'm pretty sure I overmixed my batter a bit.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Oh, as far as the cracking goes, you probably overmixed it.

    lemon yogurt anything cake | smitten kitchen

  • I was concerned that I overmixed the batter once the egg whites/milk were in, though … I was trying to compensate for not doing a good job mixing before I added them.

    pink lady cake | smitten kitchen

  • It did not sink AT ALL, in fact it peaked, but I think I may have overmixed the batter a little bit trying to compensate for the possibility of it sinking in the middle.

    majestic and moist honey cake | smitten kitchen

  • I was wondering if you could provide some insight as to why the cake layers developed a hard crust during baking — would it have something to do with the cake pans I used 9″, non stick or maybe I overmixed when incorporating the egg whites into the batter?

    strawberry chiffon shortcake | smitten kitchen

  • Scrape the sides of the bowl down and add the egg whites; pulsate 3 to 4 times until just combined but not overmixed.

    Make It Easy Make It Light

  • Add the mixture to the dry ingredients, add the apple, and stir until just combined, but not overmixed.

    Make It Easy Make It Light

  • Our First Time is an entertaining track that samples various sound clips from the sex scene in a loli eroge and as the sex progresses towards climax the beat structure literally breaks down in random overmixed noise.

    Anime Nano!

  • For proper appreciations you have to be sitting down across from your nemesis, preferably with an overmixed drink at your elbow.

    BTDF

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