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- adjective Too studious.
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- adjective Too
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"Hemon's prose suffers occasionally from the overstudious diction of the non-native speaker, but he is clearly a writer of some promise."
He remembers the brown, overstudious eyes, fervently searching for a better world, incapable of compromise or diversion.
Girls who were overstudious, and not physically strong, could not at any rate play on the team, and therefore they seldom attended such meetings.
He corresponded with his college friends, and of this date is a letter of remonstrance at his overstudious habits from the sententious H.