from The Century Dictionary.
- To speak too much; use too many words.
- To express in too many or too big words: used reflexively.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- verb To exceed in speaking; to speak too much; to use too many words.
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- verb To exceed in
- verb To speak too much; to use too many words.
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“I cannot imagine you allowing anyone to overspeak you.”
I allow my brothers to overspeak me all of the time.
HAMUD: Well, see, you overspeak, because there's no corroboration of that rumor whatsoever that French intelligence tied him to any organizations whatsoever.
He couldn't understand overspeak, but Kzanol/Greenberg could; and Kzanol listened to the shielded slave through the mind of the copilot.
Larry had no trouble understanding even the inflections in overspeak, and Kzanol, of course, could now read his mind.
Kzanol spoke with absent-minded authority, using the conventional overspeak phrase to congratulate a slave who shows proper initiative.
Obama also must take care not to overspeak or make pledges he cannot transform into policy.
Confined to 90-second responses, Biden's tendency to overspeak was held in check.