If he decides on the latter, many people will say that the cover is over-decorated.
These over-decorated houses are like a prison in which I cant breathe.
His poetry is over-decorated, and his plays are grandiose historical poems in dramatic form.
Chiddingly church presents the completest contrast to East Hoathly's over-decorated yet accessible fane that could be imagined.
But architecturally it is nothing more than a splendid failure--over-decorated and ginger-bready.
Count Malagaski sat in the large, over-decorated audience room, alone with his sorrowful meditations.
Thou shalt not kill thy neighbours or thy friends with over-decorated wall papers or oppressive decorations of any kind.
Only once, when he made her dance with him in a huge, over-decorated tent, did he manage a whisper.
Art retrograded to the over-painted, over-decorated, over-ornamented shrouds, in which the mummies of old were buried.
It is not without grandeur, but over-decorated, and on my mind it leaves but little sense of pleasure.