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I’m talking about the overuse of headers, tables, bullet and numbered lists, snackable paragraphs, and of course… structured data itself.
THE PROBLEM WITH THE ‘STRUCTURED CONTENT’ MINDSETMORDY OBERSTEINNOVEMBER 25, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
What’s more, their overuse has muddled people’s sense of what Bed Bath & Beyond’s goods cost and are worth.
HOW BED BATH & BEYOND’S CEO TAMED ITS TRADEMARK COUPONS—AND TURNED THE RETAILER AROUNDPHIL WAHBANOVEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
In addition to overuse of the trails, a record number of people who have been hurt or lost on the High Peaks have needed rescues this year.
AUTUMN IN THE ADIRONDACKS IS A MOUNTAIN DODEBRA BRUNOOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Dissatisfied with the lack of what he considered a sufficient long-term contract offer and concerned about overuse, Bell sat out the entire 2018 season.
AFTER THEIR FOUNDATION APPEARED SHAKEN, THE STEELERS EMERGED AS ONE OF THE NFL’S BESTADAM KILGOREOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Human overuse and destruction of natural resources now threaten a cascading, quick collapse of global ecosystems.
DON’T WORRY, THE EARTH IS DOOMEDKATIE MCLEANOCTOBER 21, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
And the overused "editorial we" has now passed entirely from the news article.
NEWS WRITINGM. LYLE SPENCER
Also, he comes to know the full meaning of that overused and abused word—service.
HOW TO WRITE SPECIAL FEATURE ARTICLESWILLARD GROSVENOR BLEYER
This word has been greatly overused; it is best restricted to ingenuity displayed in small matters.
THE ELEMENTS OF STYLEWILLIAM STRUNK
His voice was sensitive to liquids, but he overused the word "glorious."
MAIN STREETSINCLAIR LEWIS
The voice will keep, and it will be sweeter and fresher if it is not overused in childhood.
GREAT SINGERS ON THE ART OF SINGINGJAMES FRANCIS COOKE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO OVERUSED

  • banal
  • basic
  • common
  • conventional
  • customary
  • dull
  • established
  • formal
  • hackneyed
  • normal
  • ordinary
  • overused
  • regular
  • routine
  • run-of-the-mill
  • set
  • standard
  • staple
  • stereotyped
  • traditional
  • trite
  • typical
  • usual
  • worn-out
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