overused

[ verb oh-ver-yooz; noun oh-ver-yoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF overused
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And the overused "editorial we" has now passed entirely from the news article.

The voice will keep, and it will be sweeter and fresher if it is not overused in childhood.

His voice was sensitive to liquids, but he overused the word "glorious."

Also, he comes to know the full meaning of that overused and abused word—service.

WORD ORIGIN

also over-use, 1862, from over- + use (n.).

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