overpraise

VERB
  1. praise excessively
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How To Use overpraise In A Sentence

  • There are so many excellent elements that it is easy to overpraise the work here.
  • This chalice, enriched with enamels, is impossible to overpraise.
  • It happened very fast, and I knew that I was being overpraised in my first three books.
  • It is possible to overpraise this film and the invocation of these directors may have this effect.
  • Craven undoubtedly overpraised these painters.
  • My point was only that the same could have been said for Amores Perros, which you thought was overpraised.
  • The film was widely overpraised.
  • All wrote overpraised rubbish, totally unactable even if there had been good actors available. Brit Flicks are Awful
  • For reasons of nationalism & advertising revenue, the island's tourist publications tend to overpraise their restaurants, sometimes ludricously.
  • Yet, seeing herself primarily as a venue for others, she does not overpraise her own credentials.
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