Definitions

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  • adj. Too prompt or eager; precipitate.

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  • adj. Too prompt; too ready or eager; precipitate.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ prompt

Examples

  • Hugh's answer was overprompt: "I don't know, sir."

    Gideon's Band A Tale of the Mississippi

  • "While we think it's a bad practice, we can't give a parent any assurance that a school won't overprompt [students on their essays]," said Diane Fettrow, secondary language arts specialist for the Broward Schools.

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