overread

overread

(ˌəʊvəˈriːd)
vb (tr) , -reads, -reading or -read
to read over or reread
adj
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) (of a book) read too much
2. (Education) (of a person) excessively educated
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We have to handle them upfront first and foremost, not give them any cheap yards around the fringes, keep a tight rein on Cipriani and try to get their centres to overread in defence.
One question we might pose is: "Should ER physicians have their ultrasound studies overread, just as a radiologist would overread their plain-film interpretations from the previous evening, to ensure that nothing significant had been missed?
Many tears on MRIs do not correlate with the physical exam; in other words, the MRI may have been overread (something stated that is actually not there or is less than stated).
html (warning that to overread the Fourteenth Amendment creates an open invitation for government expansion and that an improper revitalization of the Privileges or Immunities Clause may "convert[] a charter of negative liberty into a source of positive rights").
However, all two wavelength pulse oximeters overread compared to fractional oxygen saturation in the presence of methaemoglobinaemia (3).
For example, the Workflow Engine can identify those reports interpreted by a resident or those that require an overread (two or more physicians reviewing the same case to validate findings) and route to the appropriate physician(s), which further streamlines the reporting process.
In the opinion below in NAACP, the First DCA was obviously concerned with Coalition being overread.
They have overread Ring as reserving for juries the finding and weighing of mitigators, even though Ring's rationale is limited to the initial aggravator that raises the maximum to death.
For Smith, to be a white Southerner is to know and be the grotesque--to overwrite, overread, and participate in an economy of cruelty, defensiveness, reaction formation, and overcompensation.
Dearden and Midgley found that the 40-cm catheters overread by 7%, there were wide limits of agreement, and performance was poorer after in vivo calibration in comparison with the stiffer catheters.
This self-aware irresponsibility infuses the story with the force of a cautionary tale: don't overread the author into his works.