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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overproduce.

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Examples

  • The album never feels overproduced, which is often the case when an attempt is made on a big sound.

    Iceland Review

  • D.s but a scarcity of tenure-track positions: The concrete aura of the claim that degree holders are 'overproduced' conceals the necessary understanding that, in fact, there is a huge shortage of degree holders.

    The Little Professor:

  • D.s but a scarcity of tenure-track positions: The concrete aura of the claim that degree holders are 'overproduced' conceals the necessary understanding that, in fact, there is a huge shortage of degree holders.

    How the University Works

  • Beware of "overproduced" photographs that misrepresent what you actually look like.

    GigaOM Network

  • I don't give a fuck that he doesn't like the album, and his other criticism of the record, that it's "overproduced," is certainly a valid one - but this isn't about

    MetalSucks

  • Compared to Cameron, Jarvis calls John McCain's videos "overproduced" and "overlong"; "Obama is spending too much time showing himself in front of big crowds and too little time just talking to us ...

    Daily Digest: 3/5/07

  • Compared to Cameron, Jarvis calls John McCain's videos "overproduced" and "overlong"; "Obama is spending too much time showing himself in front of big crowds and too little time just talking to us ...

    Daily Digest: 3/5/07

  • Compared to Cameron, Jarvis calls John McCain's videos "overproduced" and "overlong"; "Obama is spending too much time showing himself in front of big crowds and too little time just talking to us ...

    Daily Digest: 3/5/07

  • It was exactly the right kind of gorgeously overproduced fetish object demanded by the burgeoning DVD zeitgeist.

    Ten Years of 'Fight Club' | EW.com

  • The singing is often WAY overproduced (last night was particularly glaring) and the story structure is weak.

    This week's cover: Why America is falling for 'Glee' | EW.com

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