[ US /ˈoʊvɝˈdən/ ]
[ UK /ˌə‍ʊvədˈʌn/ ]
  1. cooked too long but still edible
  2. represented as greater than is true or reasonable
    an exaggerated opinion of oneself
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How To Use overdone In A Sentence

  • Investors feeling uninspired is understandable - to a point - but it feels overdone. Times, Sunday Times
  • Samuelson's fears are similarly overdone because just as productivity in Duluth accrues to economic activity in Dallas, so will Chinese growth be ours, and ours theirs.
  • The loanwords written in your article were overdone.
  • Musical embellishment is rich and well-produced but maybe the soaring strings are a little overdone.
  • The background score, though overdone, heightens the tension and is perfect for the mood of the film.
  • So you might reasonably suppose that ash is overdone in cheaper brands of pond food: and who has money to burn?
  • I do hope you won't have that same kind of a phthisicky ketch in your breath that you had the other night after you overdone. The Wizard's Daughter and Other Stories
  • They may have overdone their own reaction. Times, Sunday Times
  • Posted September 9, 2009 at 3: 58 am | Permalink yes the exterior is a little overdone but the 6th shot of the interior is look nice Energy Conscious House Design by Simon Winstanley Architects
  • The best songs here are elegant and catchy without being overdone.
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