overstructured love


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  • adj. Excessively structured.


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over- +‎ structured


  • When I step back, I often realize her rebellion is because her pre-k and home life are overstructured and overfull.

    Rebel Angel

  • Like other elements of childhood for the precociously gifted — private or home schooling, overstructured activity, and proto-professional training — edutainment products are part of a system that divides children into haves and have-lesses.

    Extreme Parenting

  • At that time the only bras available in the markets were sad, heavy, overstructured things.

    In the Frame

  • You want to come home relaxed, refreshed, and rested, not totally exhausted from an overstructured schedule of “fun.”

    No Time For Sex

  • CNN has gotten way overstructured, and so I just loved this-it was just this long, lingering thing with news footage of the past.

    Grodin Loves Regis ��� Secrets of Seinfeld ���Camille Paglia Leaves a Message for MSNBC

  • On the other end of the continuum are young people who have been overstructured and overprogrammed.

    Clinical Work with Adolescents

  • "" From an acoustical perspective, music is an overstructured language, which the brain invented and which the brain loves to hear. ""

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