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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overthink.

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Examples

  • The answer is yes, because the entire episode we just sat through was Leonard's daydream fantasy of thinking it through, which becomes more of a waking nightmare, because he dreams that it all falls apart again because he overthinks everything.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • Bella and ed get frustrated with each other sometimes, they disagree, edward is too overprotective sometimes, he overthinks things all the time.

    Book Review: Twilight | Heretical Ideas Magazine

  • The one interesting comment I heard on Fox yesterday (now, I don't turn down the sound and listen to WWL; my ANM wines like a turbo-prop at takeoff in the TV room for some reason) was the comment that Bush overthinks and runs form "ghosts".

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • She overthinks everything, from where to sit in the dining hall, to what to say to the boy on whom she has a desperate crush, to whether she should say hello to someone she passes in a quiet hallway.

    Write What You Like

  • That is, confronted with a word she knows, she blanks -- or, more often, overthinks.

    Vulcan death grip

  • She overthinks everything, from where to sit in the dining hall, to what to say to the boy on whom she has a desperate crush, to whether she should say hello to someone she passes in a quiet hallway.

    Write What You Like

  • That is, confronted with a word she knows, she blanks -- or, more often, overthinks.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • DM: Yeah, everyone overthinks it sometimes or at some point or another.

    NYT > Home Page

  • She contemplates everything, and overthinks things and sometimes is afraid to just let things happen.

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • Further, it doesn't help when Preki overthinks things, like last Thursday against Philadelphia at BMO when his team was out of sorts due to new formations and roles.

    SI.com

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