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あくどい /(adj) (1) gaudy/showy/excessive/(2) vicious/

いい加減にする [いいかげんにする] /(exp) to put an end to something/to get something over with/to quit something one has been engaged in too long or to an excessive degree/

阿諛追従 [あゆついしょう] /(n,vs) excessive flattery/adulation/

悪騒ぎ [わるさわぎ] /(n) making an excessive fuss/disorderly merrymaking/

飲み過ぎ [のみすぎ] /(n) overdrinking/excessive drinking/

飲過ぎ [のみすぎ] /(n) overdrinking/excessive drinking/

過剰防衛 [かじょうぼうえい] /(n) excessive or unjustifiable self-defense (defence)/

過大 [かだい] /(adj-na,n) excessive/too much/unreasonable/★/

過当 [かとう] /(adj-na,n) excessive/exorbitant/★/

過当競争 [かとうきょうそう] /(n) excessive competition/

過分 [かぶん] /(adj-na,n) excessive/unmerited/generous/

過保護 [かほご] /(adj-na,n) excessive care/

過冷却 [かれいきゃく] /(n,vs) excessive cooling/supercooling/

供給過多 [きょうきゅうかた] /(n) excessive supply/oversupply/

好い加減にする [いいかげんにする] /(exp) to put an end to something/to get something over with/to quit something one has been engaged in too long or to an excessive degree/

高脂血症 [こうしけっしょう] /(n) hyperlipidaemia (hyperlipidemia, hyperlipemia)/excessive fat in blood/

紙幣の濫発 [しへいのらんぱつ] /(n) excessive (reckless) issue of bank notes/

失する [しっする] /(vs-s) to lose/to miss/to forget/to be excessive/

出血過多 [しゅっけつかた] /(n) excessive bleeding/

出生過剰 [しゅっしょうかじょう] /(n) excessive birth (rate)/

出生過剰 [しゅっせいかじょう] /(n) excessive birth (rate)/

深情け [ふかなさけ] /(n) deep affection/excessive love/

甚だしい [はなはだしい] /(adj) extreme/excessive/terrible/intense/severe/serious/tremendous/heavy (damage)/★/

度外れ [どはずれ] /(n) extraordinary/excessive/

不当利得 [ふとうりとく] /(n) excessive profit/

分外 [ぶんがい] /(adj-na,n) not within proper limits/excessive/unmerited/special/

暴利 [ぼうり] /(n) excessive profits/usury/

無暗 [むやみ] /(adj-na,n) reckless/excessive/

無闇 [むやみ] /(adj-na,n) reckless/excessive/

無茶 [むちゃ] /(adj-na,n) absurd/unreasonable/excessive/rash/absurdity/nonsense/★/

滅茶 [めちゃ] /(adj-na,n) absurd/excessive/ridiculous/

滅茶滅茶 [めちゃめちゃ] /(adj-na,n) (1) disorderly/messy/ruined/(2) absurd/unreasonable/excessive/rash/

目茶 [めちゃ] /(adj-na,n) absurd/excessive/ridiculous/

目茶目茶 [めちゃめちゃ] /(adj-na,n) (1) disorderly/messy/ruined/(2) absurd/unreasonable/excessive/rash/★/

余りにも [あまりにも] /(adj) (uk) too much/excessive/too/

乱獲 [らんかく] /(n) excessive fishing/overfishing/★/

乱発 [らんぱつ] /(n,vs) random firing/reckless firing/excessive issue/★/

濫獲 [らんかく] /(n) excessive fishing/overfishing/

濫発 [らんぱつ] /(n,vs) random firing/reckless firing/excessive issue/

老婆心切 [ろうばしんせつ] /(n) grandmotherly solicitude for another's welfare/excessive solicitude/

老婆親切 [ろうばしんせつ] /(n) grandmotherly solicitude for another's welfare/excessive solicitude/

Snoring and excessive smoking are indeed related.
いびきとたばこの吸い過ぎは実際に関連がある。

Excessive tenderness switched to hundred fold hatred.
かわいさ余って憎さ百倍。

By placing excessive importance on scholastic achievement, many parents have forgotten such basic social courtesies as consideration for others.
その結果として、大切な躾や社会道徳の教育がおろそかにされてきたことは否めない。多くの親自身が、子供の勉強を優先するあまり、他人への思いやりなど社会の一員としての責任を忘れがちになっているのも事実である。

Excessive smoking will injure your health.
たばこの吸い過ぎはあなたの健康を害する。

Excessive reliance on monetary policy an attempt to curb inflation could unnecessarily constrain credit and hence business.
インフレを抑制しようとして金融政策に偏重すると、金融、したがって景気を必要以上に締め付けることになりかねない。

Excessive concern with safety can be dangerous.
安全にあまりにも気を使いすぎると危険なこともあります。

The excessive use of salt should be taboo.
塩を過剰に使うのは避けるべきだ。

The doctor advised me to leave off jogging because it was too excessive exercise.
過度の運動なのでジョギングをやめるように医者が私に言った。

Excessive supply leads to a drop in prices.
過度の供給は値崩れにつながる。

The word `excessive competition' is frequently used in Japanese industry, but there is not a precise definition of the practice.
過当競争という言葉は日本の産業界でよく使われるが、その正確な定義はない。

Excessive indulgence spoiled the child.
過保護でその子供はだめになった。

Excessive drinking is destructive of our health.
深酒は体によくない。

A man is never so on trial as in the moment of excessive good fortune.
男は幸運の絶頂にあるときくらい試練の場に立たされている時はない。

As long as a bear is relatively inactive, and is not exposed to wind, it does not burn excessive energy in cold weather.
比較的活動していない状態で、風にさらされていなければ、熊は寒い天候においても余分なエネルギーを消費することはない。

Despite the problems of excessive commercialization, etc. the Olympics will go forward into the new century.
肥大化、過度の商業化などの問題も抱えて、五輪は新世紀に向かう。

{adj: accompanying, attendant, concomitant, incidental, incidental to} following as a consequence
"an excessive growth of bureaucracy, with attendant problems"
"snags incidental to the changeover in management"

{adj: adust, baked, parched, scorched, sunbaked} dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight
"a vast desert all adust"
"land lying baked in the heat"
"parched soil"
"the earth was scorched and bare"
"sunbaked salt flats"

{adj: allergic, hypersensitive, hypersensitized, hypersensitised, sensitized, sensitised, supersensitive, supersensitized, supersensitised} having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor)
"allergic children"
"hypersensitive to pollen"

{adj: antithyroid} having the effect of counteracting excessive thyroid activity
"antithyroid drugs"

{adj: cocksure, overconfident, positive} marked by excessive confidence
"an arrogant and cocksure materialist"
"so overconfident and impudent as to speak to the queen"
"the less he knows the more positive he gets"

{adj: colicky, flatulent, gassy} suffering from excessive gas in the alimentary canal

{adj: crapulent, crapulous} suffering from excessive eating or drinking
"crapulent sleep"
"a crapulous stomach"

{adj: decadent, effete} marked by excessive self-indulgence and moral decay
"a decadent life of excessive money and no sense of responsibility"
"a group of effete self-professed intellectuals"

{adj: dehydrated} suffering from excessive loss of water from the body
"fever resulted from becoming dehydrated"
"was dehydrated after the marathon"

{adj: edematous, dropsical} swollen with an excessive accumulation of fluid

{adj: excessive, extravagant, exuberant, overweening} unrestrained, especially with regard to feelings
"extravagant praise"
"exuberant compliments"
"overweening ambition"
"overweening greed"

{adj: excessive, inordinate, undue, unreasonable} beyond normal limits
"excessive charges"
"a book of inordinate length"
"his dress stops just short of undue elegance"
"unreasonable demands"

{adj: excrescent} forming an outgrowth (usually an excessive outgrowth)

{adj: fair, fairish, reasonable} not excessive or extreme
"a fairish income"
"reasonable prices"

{adj: fanatic, fanatical, overzealous, rabid} marked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea
"rabid isolationist"

{adj: flatulent} generating excessive gas in the alimentary canal

{adj: haunted, obsessed, preoccupied, taken up} having or showing excessive or compulsive concern with something
"became more and more haunted by the stupid riddle"
"was absolutely obsessed with the girl"
"got no help from his wife who was preoccupied with the children"
"he was taken up in worry for the old woman"

{adj: hydric} having or characterized by excessive moisture
"a hydric habitat"
<-> mesic, xeric

{adj: hysterical} marked by excessive or uncontrollable emotion
"hysterical laughter"
"a mob of hysterical vigilantes"

{adj: incestuous} resembling incest as by excessive intimacy

{adj: intemperate, hard, heavy} given to excessive indulgence of bodily appetites especially for intoxicating liquors
"a hard drinker"

{adj: intemperate} excessive in behavior
"intemperate rage"
<-> temperate

{adj: lecherous} given to excessive indulgence in sexual activity
"a lecherous gleam in his eye"
"a lecherous good-for-nothing"

{adj: limited} not excessive

{adj: moderate} being within reasonable or average limits; not excessive or extreme
"moderate prices"
"a moderate income"
"a moderate fine"
"moderate demands"
"a moderate estimate"
"a moderate eater"
"moderate success"
"a kitchen of moderate size"
"the X-ray showed moderate enlargement of the heart"
<-> immoderate

{adj: muscle-bound} having stiff muscles as the result of excessive exercise
"he arrived accompanied by two muscle-bound body guards"

{adj: needy} demanding or needing attention, affection, or reassurance to an excessive degree

{adj: nymphomaniacal, nymphomaniac} (used of women) affected with excessive sexual desire

{adj: overanxious} anxious or nervous to an excessive degree

{adj: overcurious} showing excessive curiosity

{adj: overreaching, vaulting} revealing excessive self-confidence; reaching for the heights
"vaulting ambition"

{adj: oversexed, highly-sexed} having excessive sexual desire or appeal

{adj: pernickety, persnickety} characterized by excessive precision and attention to trivial details
"a persnickety job"
"a persnickety school teacher"

{adj: rococo} having excessive asymmetrical ornamentation
"an exquisite gilded rococo mirror"

{adj: smug, self-satisfied} marked by excessive complacency or self-satisfaction
"a smug glow of self-congratulation"

{adv: excessively, overly, to a fault, too} to an excessive degree
"too big"

{n: Anglomania} an excessive enthusiasm for all things English

{n: Cushing's disease, hyperadrenalism} a glandular disorder caused by excessive ACTH resulting in greater than normal functioning of the adrenal gland; characterized by obesity

{n: Cushing's syndrome, hyperadrenocorticism} a glandular disorder caused by excessive cortisol

{n: Paget's disease, osteitis deformans} a disease of bone occurring in the middle aged and elderly; excessive bone destruction sometimes leading to bone pain and fractures and skeletal deformities

{n: acquired hemochromatosis} hemochromatosis resulting from repeated transfusions or from excessive intake of foods containing iron

{n: albuminuria, proteinuria} the presence of excessive protein (chiefly albumin but also globulin) in the urine; usually a symptom of kidney disorder

{n: alcohol abuse, alcoholic abuse, alcoholism abuse} excessive use of alcohol and alcoholic drinks

{n: alcoholism, alcohol addiction, inebriation, drunkenness} habitual intoxication; prolonged and excessive intake of alcoholic drinks leading to a breakdown in health and an addiction to alcohol such that abrupt deprivation leads to severe withdrawal symptoms

{n: allopurinol, Zyloprim} a drug (trade name Zyloprim) used to treat gout and other conditions in which there is an excessive buildup of uric acid

{n: ammoniuria} excessive ammonia in the urine

{n: amour propre, conceit, self-love, vanity} feelings of excessive pride

{n: backslapper} someone who demonstrates enthusiastic or excessive cordiality

{n: bloat} swelling of the rumen or intestinal tract of domestic animals caused by excessive gas

{n: bulimarexia, binge-purge syndrome, binge-vomit syndrome, bulima nervosa} a disorder of eating in which the person alternates between strong craving for food and aversion to food; characterized by excessive eating followed by periods of fasting or self-induced vomiting

{n: bust, tear, binge, bout} an occasion for excessive eating or drinking
"they went on a bust that lasted three days"

{n: caffeinism, caffiene intoxication} poisoning resulting from excessive intake of caffeine containing products

{n: carcinoid} a small tumor (benign or malignant) arising from the mucosa of the gastrointestinal tract; usually associated with excessive secretion of serotonin

{n: clock-watching} paying excessive attention to the clock (in anticipation of stopping work)

{n: coccidioidomycosis, coccidiomycosis, valley fever, desert rheumatism} an infection of the lungs and skin characterized by excessive sputum and nodules

{n: congestion, over-crowding} excessive crowding
"traffic congestion"

{n: congestion} excessive accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part

{n: corpulence, overweight, stoutness, adiposis} the property of excessive fatness

{n: crumbliness, friability} excessive breakableness

{n: damping off} a plant disease caused by a fungus; diseased condition of seedlings in excessive moisture

{n: defensiveness} excessive sensitivity to criticism
"his defensiveness was manifested in hurt silence"
"the fear of being sued for malpractice has magnified physicians' defensiveness"

{n: diabetes} any of several metabolic disorders marked by excessive urination and persistent thirst

{n: drunkenness, inebriation, inebriety, intoxication, tipsiness, insobriety} a temporary state resulting from excessive consumption of alcohol
<-> soberness

{n: ecclesiasticism} excessive adherence to ecclesiastical forms and activities
"their ecclesiasticism overwhelmed their religion"

{n: edacity, esurience, ravenousness, voracity, voraciousness} excessive desire to eat

{n: edema, oedema, hydrops, dropsy} swelling from excessive accumulation of serous fluid in tissue

{n: eutrophication} excessive nutrients in a lake or other body of water, usually caused by runoff of nutrients (animal waste, fertilizers, sewage) from the land, which causes a dense growth of plant life; the decomposition of the plants depletes the supply of oxygen, leading to the death of animal life
"he argued that the controlling factor in eutrophication is not nitrate but phosphate"

{n: excitability, irritability} excessive sensitivity of an organ or body part

{n: exorbitance, outrageousness} excessive excess

{n: extravagance, prodigality, lavishness, highlife, high life} excessive spending

{n: fanaticism, fanatism, zealotry} excessive intolerance of opposing views

{n: fatigue fracture, stress fracture} fracture resulting from excessive activity rather than a specific injury

{n: fetish, fetich} excessive or irrational devotion to some activity
"made a fetish of cleanliness"

{n: flattery} excessive or insincere praise

{n: flatulence, flatulency, gas} a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal

{n: fluorosis} a pathological condition resulting for an excessive intake of fluorine (usually from drinking water)

{n: flux} excessive discharge of liquid from a cavity or organ (as in watery diarrhea)

{n: garishness, gaudiness} strident color or excessive ornamentation

{n: giantism, gigantism, overgrowth} excessive size; usually caused by excessive secretion of growth hormone from the pituitary gland

{n: gigantism, giantism} excessive largeness of stature

{n: gloominess, lugubriousness, sadness} the quality of excessive mournfulness and uncheerfulness

{n: grandiosity, magniloquence, ornateness, grandiloquence, rhetoric} high-flown style; excessive use of verbal ornamentation
"the grandiosity of his prose"
"an excessive ornateness of language"

{n: greediness, hoggishness, piggishness} an excessive desire for food

{n: greediness, voraciousness, rapaciousness} an excessive desire for wealth (usually in large amounts)
"the greediness of lawyers"

{n: greed} excessive desire to acquire or possess more (especially more material wealth) than one needs or deserves

{n: gynecomastia} excessive development of the breasts in males; usually the result of hormonal imbalance or treatment with certain drugs (including some antihypertensives)

{n: heatstroke, heat hyperpyrexia} collapse caused by exposure to excessive heat

{n: hemoglobinemia, haemoglobinemia} presence of excessive hemoglobin in the blood plasma

{n: hirsuteness, hirsutism} excessive hairiness

{n: housemaid's knee} swelling of the bursa in the knee (due to trauma or excessive kneeling)

{n: hyperacidity} excessive acidity

{n: hyperactivity} a condition characterized by excessive restlessness and movement

{n: hypercalcemia, hypercalcaemia} the presence of abnormally high levels of calcium in the blood; usually the result of excessive bone resorption in hyperparathyroidism or Paget's disease
<-> hypocalcemia

{n: hypercalciuria, hypercalcinuria} the presence of abnormally high levels of calcium in the urine; usually the result of excessive bone resorption in hyperparathyroidism or osteoporosis

{n: hyperemesis} severe and excessive vomiting

{n: hyperhidrosis, hyperidrosis, polyhidrosis} excessive and profuse perspiration

{n: hypermotility} excessive movement; especially excessive motility of the gastrointestinal tract

{n: hypernatremia} excessive amounts of sodium in the blood; possibly indicating diabetes insipidus
<-> hyponatremia

{n: hyperparathyroidism} excessive secretion of parathyroid hormone resulting in abnormally high levels of calcium in the blood; can affect many systems of the body (especially causing bone resorption and osteoporosis)
<-> hypoparathyroidism

{n: hyperpituitarism} excessive activity of the pituitary gland (especially overactivity of the anterior lobe which leads to excess secretion of growth hormone)

{n: hypersecretion} excessive secretion

{n: hypersensitivity reaction} an inappropriate and excessive reaction to an allergen (as pollen or dust or animal hair or certain foods); severity ranges from mild allergy to severe systemic reactions leading to anaphylactic shock

{n: hyperthyroidism, thyrotoxicosis} an overactive thyroid gland; pathologically excessive production of thyroid hormones or the condition resulting from excessive production of thyroid hormones
<-> hypothyroidism

{n: hypervelocity} excessive velocity
"the meteorites struck the earth with hypervelocity impacts"

{n: hypoglycemia, hypoglycaemia} abnormally low blood sugar usually resulting from excessive insulin or a poor diet
<-> hyperglycemia

{n: hypothrombinemia} a low level of prothrombin (factor II) in the circulating blood; results in long clotting time and poor clot formation and sometimes excessive bleeding; can result from vitamin K deficiency

{n: hysteria} excessive or uncontrollable fear

{n: immoderation, immoderateness} the quality of being excessive and lacking in moderation
<-> moderation

{n: insulin shock, insulin reaction} hypoglycemia produced by excessive insulin in the system causing coma

{n: inventory control} supervision of the supply and storage and accessibility of items in order to insure an adequate supply without excessive oversupply

{n: keloid, cheloid} raised pinkish scar tissue at the site of an injury; results from excessive tissue repair

{n: ketonuria, ketoaciduria, acetonuria} excessive amounts of ketone bodies in the urine as in diabetes mellitus or starvation

{n: lambdacism} speech defect involving excessive use or unusual pronunciation of the phoneme `l'

{n: lather} the foam resulting from excessive sweating (as on a horse)

{n: lead poisoning, plumbism, saturnism} toxic condition produced by the absorption of excessive lead into the system

{n: license, licence} excessive freedom; lack of due restraint
"when liberty becomes license dictatorship is near"- Will Durant
"the intolerable license with which the newspapers break...the rules of decorum"- Edmund Burke

{n: load, loading} a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time
"the system broke down under excessive loads"

{n: logorrhea, logomania} pathologically excessive (and often incoherent) talking

{n: luxuriation} an activity that affords excessive pleasure and enjoyment

{n: malnutrition} a state of poor nutrition; can result from insufficient or excessive or unbalanced diet or from inability to absorb foods

{n: maniac} a person who has an obsession with or excessive enthusiasm for something

{n: menstruation, menses, menstruum, catamenia, period, flow} the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause
"the women were sickly and subject to excessive menstruation"
"a woman does not take the gout unless her menses be stopped"--Hippocrates
"the semen begins to appear in males and to be emitted at the same time of life that the catamenia begin to flow in females"--Aristotle

{n: metabolic alkalosis} alkalosis resulting from hydrogen-ion loss or excessive intake of alkaline substances

{n: misuse, abuse} improper or excessive use

{n: momism, overprotection, overshielding} excessive protection

{n: nocturia, nycturia} excessive urination at night; especially common in older men

{n: orgy, debauch, debauchery, saturnalia, riot, bacchanal, bacchanalia, drunken revelry} a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity

{n: overactivity} excessive activity
"overactivity of the sebaceous glands causes the skin to become oily"

{n: overanxiety} excessive anxiety

{n: overcompensation} excessive compensation

{n: overdrive} the state of high or excessive activity or productivity or concentration
"Troops are ready to go into overdrive as soon as the signal is given"
"Melissa's brain was in overdrive"

{n: overexertion} excessive exertion; so much exertion that discomfort or injury results

{n: overfeeding} excessive feeding

{n: overheating} excessive heating

{n: overindulgence, excess} excessive indulgence
"the child was spoiled by overindulgence"

{n: overload, overburden} an excessive burden

{n: overreaction} an excessive reaction; a reaction with inappropriate emotional behavior

{n: oversimplification, simplism} an act of excessive simplification; the act of making something seem simpler than it really is

{n: pamperer, spoiler, coddler, mollycoddler} someone who pampers or spoils by excessive indulgence

{n: perfectionism} a disposition to feel that anything less than perfect is unacceptable
"his perfectionism seemed excessive to his students"

{n: platitudinarian} a bore who makes excessive use of platitudes

{n: polydipsia} excessive thirst (as in cases of diabetes or kidney dysfunction)

{n: possessiveness} excessive desire to possess or dominate

{n: primness, prudishness, prudery, Grundyism} excessive or affected modesty

{n: profiteer} someone who makes excessive profit (especially on goods in short supply)

{n: ptyalism} excessive flow of saliva

{n: pyramiding} a fraudulent business practice involving some form of pyramid scheme e.g., the chain of distribution is artificially expanded by an excessive number of distributors selling to other distributors at progressively higher wholesale prices until retail prices are unnecessarily inflated

{n: ravaging, devastation} plundering with excessive damage and destruction

{n: repetitiveness, repetitiousness} verboseness resulting from excessive repetitions

{n: rhinophyma, hypertrophic rosacea, toper's nose, brandy nose, rum nose, rum-blossom, potato nose, hammer nose, copper nose} enlargement of the nose with dilation of follicles and redness and prominent vascularity of the skin; often associated with excessive consumption of alcohol

{n: saccharinity} the excessive sweetness of saccharin

{n: salicylate poisoning} poisoning caused by the excessive ingestion of salicylates (usually aspirin)

{n: schmaltz, shmaltz, schmalz} (Yiddish) excessive sentimentality in art or music

{n: scrape, scraping} a deep bow with the foot drawn backwards (indicating excessive humility)
"all that bowing and scraping did not impress him"

{n: sentimentalist, romanticist} someone who indulges in excessive sentimentality

{n: severity, severeness, harshness, rigor, rigour, rigorousness, rigourousness, inclemency, hardness, stiffness} excessive sternness
"severity of character"
"the harshness of his punishment was inhuman"
"the rigors of boot camp"

{n: slanguage} language characterized by excessive use of slang or cant

{n: slaughter, massacre, mass murder, carnage, butchery} the savage and excessive killing of many people

{n: slave driver, Simon Legree} a cruel employer who demands excessive work from the employees

{n: smugness} an excessive feeling of self-satisfaction

{n: solicitude, solicitousness} a feeling of excessive concern

{n: substance abuse, drug abuse, habit} excessive use of drugs

{n: sunstroke, insolation, thermic fever, siriasis} sudden prostration due to exposure to the sun or excessive heat

{n: temperament} excessive emotionalism or irritability and excitability (especially when displayed openly)

{n: thermal pollution} harm to lakes and rivers resulting from the release of excessive waste heat into them

{n: tremolo} vocal vibrato especially an excessive or poorly controlled one

{n: type I diabetes, insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, IDDM, juvenile-onset diabetes, juvenile diabetes, growth-onset diabetes, ketosis-prone diabetes, ketoacidosis-prone diabetes, autoimmune diabetes} severe diabetes mellitus with an early onset; characterized by polyuria and excessive thirst and increased appetite and weight loss and episodic ketoacidosis; diet and insulin injections are required to control the disease

{n: unction, smarm, fulsomeness} excessive but superficial compliments given with affected charm

{n: usurer, loan shark, moneylender, shylock} someone who lends money at excessive rates of interest

{n: uxoriousness} foolish fondness for or excessive submissiveness to one's wife

{n: verboseness, verbosity} an expressive style that uses excessive or empty words
<-> terseness

{n: whiner, complainer, moaner, sniveller, crybaby, bellyacher, grumbler, squawker} a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining

{n: zeal} excessive fervor to do something or accomplish some end
"he had an absolute zeal for litigation"

{v: backslap} display excessive cordiality (towards)
"he is always backslapping his colleagues at staff meetings"

{v: clinker} turn to clinker or form clinker under excessive heat in burning

{v: cover} invest with a large or excessive amount of something
"She covered herself with glory"

{v: dote} shower with love ; show excessive affection for
"Grandmother dotes on her the twins"

{v: drink, tope} drink excessive amounts of alcohol ; be an alcoholic
"The husband drinks and beats his wife"

{v: fall all over} display excessive love or show excessive gratitude towards
"This student falls all over her former professor when she sees him"

{v: macerate} become soft or separate and disintegrate as a result of excessive soaking
"the tissue macerated in the water"

{v: over-correct, overcompensate} make excessive corrections for fear of making an error

{v: overburden} load with excessive weight

{v: overcrop, overcultivate} to exhaust by excessive cultivation
"the farmers overcropped the land"

{v: overdo, exaggerate} do something to an excessive degree
"He overdid it last night when he did 100 push-ups"

{v: overemphasize, overemphasise, overstress} place special or excessive emphasis on
"I cannot overemphasize the importance of this book"

{v: oversimplify} simplify to an excessive degree
"Don't oversimplify the problem"

{v: pamper, featherbed, cosset, cocker, baby, coddle, mollycoddle, spoil, indulge} treat with excessive indulgence
"grandparents often pamper the children"
"Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

{v: redound} be excessive in quantity

{v: sober up, sober} become sober after excessive alcohol consumption
"Keep him in bed until he sobers up"

{v: speed} travel at an excessive or illegal velocity
"I got a ticket for speeding"

{v: surcharge} fill to an excessive degree
"The air was surcharged with tension"

{v: trespass, take advantage} make excessive use of
"You are taking advantage of my good will!"
"She is trespassing upon my privacy"


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