Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Her hair was over-done and her complexion entirely unnatural.

Though I would by no means have it over-done, and am a calmly independent man.

I saw I had rather undercalculated our distance, or over-done the dynamite and powder, which you please.

In fact, the whole night-life of this town seems to be nervous, neurotic, over-done.

But I could not stand any punishment, so I had better over-do myself than to be over-done.

The dome lacks proportion and is of the over-done style of French eighteenth-century work.

If over-done it loses flavor, thirty to forty minutes in the right kind of an oven being sufficient.

He would eat only the knuckle-end of a leg of mutton, and would never look at over-done beef.

As shall be shown, in our chapter on the Possible Forgers, this may be what Lethington had done, and over-done.

"'Woods and cornfields—the picture must not be over-done,'" quoted softly and a little accusingly Laura Ann.