over-dressed

[ verb oh-ver-dres; noun oh-ver-dres ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-dressed

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They both lived on money of their own, and were wearisomely idle and over-dressed.

He was elegantly dressed, not over-dressed, and his movements were easy and graceful.

That must have been why I thought her over-dressed when I first saw her.

Some men are over-dressed, and some affect over-fine language.

The girl was flashily dressed—or over-dressed—in the latest style.

Everything was bright and loud, everyone looked overfed and over-dressed.

Some of them were dragging along tired, over-dressed, pasty-faced children.

That flaunting, flirting, over-dressed Cashranger girl is my detestation.

It is always better far to be under-dressed than over-dressed.

The girl may have gazed with curiosity on the over-dressed fop riding at the bride's left wheel.