overanxious

[ UK /ˌə‍ʊvəɹˈæŋʃəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. anxious or nervous to an excessive degree
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How To Use overanxious In A Sentence

  • An overanxious public relations person assigned to promoting Office 2003 among reviewers has been e-mailing me regularly, nervously asking what my reviews are going to say.
  • In my overanxious state, I started looking around the crowd mostly to alleviate the boredom of the MC who had been announcing the night's festivities for over five minutes.
  • The unindulged life is not worth living -- there's a thought for the end of this overanalytical, overanxious century. '' Macanudos On The Rocks
  • It seems like nothing more than a hypochondriacal disorder or the ramblings of an overanxious person.
  • But Pete has concealed the job from everyone, especially his overanxious mother, who regards the city as a dangerous place that swallows up feckless visitors like Pete's father, who is absent or dead.
  • But in the hands of an overanxious company executive it can just as easily become a chilly fog that obfuscates the common truth.
  • It seems like nothing more than a hypochondriacal disorder or the ramblings of an overanxious person.
  • The hitters have been overanxious and are pressing too much in clutch situations.
  • I am a little overanxious for his input into long-range planning.
  • The picture of forceful barbarian invasion in the fifth century may have been influenced by some Byzantine historians of the sixth century, overanxious to justify Justinian's wars of reconquest in the western empire.
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