overly : Definition, Usages, News and More

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oh ver lee

  • r  to a degree exceeding normal or proper limits

  • We generally think that having more access is better, as long as you're not a child or overly offended.
  • It was a challenge for me to not get overly dramatic.
  • Forecasters were overly confident in their primitive technology, which did not yet include satellites or doppler radar.
News & Articles

  • Lincoln was a Great Manager Because He was an Overly Likable Boss
    Richard Wanderer, author of The Holiday Party (A Tale of a Corporate Takeover), commented today on The Drucker Exchange's recent blog post concerning "The Overly Likable Boss" as being a detriment to a manager. (PRWeb June 12, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10820244.htm
    June 12, 2013 - PRWeb
  • NSA Leaks Present a Business and Ethics Crisis for Silicon Valley
    Late last week, as revelations about the National Security Agency’s telephone and internet data gathering programs splashed across the news, attorney Michael Overly heard from one of his clients, a consumer product company that had been looking at moving email systems to a cloud service provider.
    June 12, 2013 - Wired News
  • Low Blood Sugar May Raise Dementia Risk in Diabetics: Study
    Overly aggressive glucose control might backfire in older patients, findings suggest
    June 10, 2013 - WebMD

  • Carl Icahn in Toronto Star
    It is irresponsible to hide behind management's more than overly optimistic financial forecasts,Icahn wrote. "It is unconscionable that you have not allowed your shareholders to choose to accept an offer that represented a 72 per cent...
  • Bert van Marwijk in CTV.ca
    Often when we start beating people, we become overly confident and then we are sent home,Van Marwijk said. "We did lose the match whereas we should have won it because we played wonderfully well. Johan Cruyff was the best football player...
  • Chris Redfern in FOXNews
    Very confident, yet not overly so,said Ohio Democratic Party chief Chris Redfern, who said the financial turmoil is dreadful for the country but "politically it's advantageous" for Obama.

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