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- adj. Present participle of overpromote.
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I concede that Al Gore and others have been guilty at times of overpromoting the cause: being a bit too flippant in describing the state of climate science as bullet-proof, and a bit too hyperbolic in suggesting impending ecological disasters as certain and imminent.
They promote conservation and at the same time take no responsibilty for overpromoting famous trout fisheries.
In our fee-for-service system, doctors and hospitals actually profit by overpromoting and overusing unnecessary, unproven, or potentially harmful tests and treatments.
The only spot of mess is Melski's apparent uncertainty about his theme, wanting to satirize suburban normalcy but without overpromoting the illegal deviations from the norm.
7:59: Lil Rounds — who I said they were overpromoting — is given the finale spot, and she's singing "The Rose" — which Trooper York said Allison should sing.