overelaborate

[ adjective oh-ver-i-lab-er-it; verb oh-ver-i-lab-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF overelaborate

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We had had two meals, one of which was as totally unnecessary as the other was overelaborate.

"I see," said I—for Mr. Brisher is apt to overelaborate his jokes.

It is a work unique, perhaps, in its design, but entirely unfeeling and preposterous in its overelaborate decorations.

It was a Cosway; but a Cosway broadened and without a hint of genteel namby-pamby or overelaborate finesse.

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