overemotional overemotional


  • (adj) excessively or abnormally emotional


  1. In 2005, Oscar-Winner Halle Berry made headlines with an overemotional parody of her Academy Awards acceptance speech while taking home the Worst Actress award for Catwoman.
  2. The God visioned by clergymen and his wife struck him as distinctly unrealistic, overemotional, inefficient and certainly not a good executive type.
  3. They are not the critics, boosters or intellectuals, or the overemotional.


  1. "It was overemotional, over the top, melodramatic," Hinton says. "But its vices were its virtues, because kids feel that way."
    on Oct 3, 2007 By: SE Hinton Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "The biggest difference in CC now is that he has the ability to control his emotions and slow the game down," Willis said Tuesday. "Now he can throw any pitch in any count at any time in the game. Before, he would become overemotional and...
    on Oct 3, 2007 By: Carl Willis Source: Akron Beacon Journal

  3. "This was obviously ugly for us," Whisenhunt said. "We're disappointed and embarrassed. We were overemotional and overexcited."
    on Dec 15, 2009 By: Ken Whisenhunt Source: CNN

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