overexposure overexposure  /ˌoʊ və rɪk ˈspoʊ ʒər/


  1. (n) the act of exposing film to too much light or for too long a time
  2. (n) the act of exposing someone excessively to an influencing experience


  1. But if there is one conservative criticism that even liberals can relate to, it's that the speech seems part of this President's overexposure.
  2. Perhaps most pointedly, beyond all the antics of sex, drugs and rock n' roll, the film is a testament to overexposure.
  3. Intrigued by overexposure to the airline's familiar radio and TV ad, Balanchine commissioned Jazz Composer Roger Kellaway to write a score based on its musical theme.


  • Dr. Robin Fleck Shares Tips on Preventing Sunburn

    Recent research has revealed the biological mechanism of sunburn. Expert dermatologist Dr. Robin Fleck provides tips on sun protection and the consequences that can result from sun overexposure. (PRWeb June 10, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10753174.htm
    on June 11, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. Mandelson, who had got the rage out by this time and became rather more diplomatic, responded: "The UK is not spiraling, although I have noticed that Starbucks is in a great deal of trouble. But that may be because of their overexposure given the...
    on Feb 19, 2009 By: Peter Mandelson Source: Bad Idea

  2. "The FDA is AWOL -- enabling false labeling and encouraging overexposure to the sun," Blumenthal said. "It has shelved rules that could save lives. Reliance on voluntary compliance has led to pervasive deception."
    on May 29, 2007 By: Richard Blumenthal Source: Legal News Line

  3. "This would be a grave violation of the law of the land - the par condicio, which stops media overexposure and defends democracy," Prodi said.
    on Apr 5, 2006 By: Romano Prodi Source: International Herald Tribune

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