Definitions

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  • n. The quality of being overrated.

Etymologies

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overrated +‎ -ness

Examples

  • But the agreement of the “vast majority” no more establishes the greatness of Beloved, although it makes it seem self-evident, than my opinion, as you point out, establishes its overratedness.

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  • I wholeheartedly agree on the overratedness of E.T. I thought it was boring when I was a kid.

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  • The first fails because the fan, trying to overcompensate for the perceived “overratedness” of the person, discounts their actual value.

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  • I've discussed Toriii's overratedness elsewhere, didn't want to beat it into the ground.

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  • And besides, it's never a bad thing to beat Torii's overratedness into the ground, maybe even Joe Morgan will get it one day … yeah, that's not happening.

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  • Now, being a good American includes the ideal of self-importance and overratedness, and then perpetuating the ideal that if you're loud enough, you can get your own way.

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  • How can you compare the overratedness of GTA 4 to Braid, considering only a handful of people even know what Braid is?

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  • Yogi Berra is the epitome of Yankee overratedness.

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  • And it is more depressing when you look deeper into the MVP ballots with the lack of appreciation for Utley and Zobrist and the overratedness of Howard and Morales.

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  • The Mets 'overratedness is not only the stuff of legend, it was also probably foreseeable.

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