Overready

O´ver`read´y


a.1.Too ready.
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51) In this respect, Cronin is right to criticize Habermas for being overready to identify Kant's view of the public arena and the required freedom of thought therein with liberal views on this matter (Cronin, "Kant's Politics of Enlightenment," 54).
The last time we were here, it took two of us to walk her, she was so overready and overeager to run,'' said De Seroux, recalling Azeri's mood as she prepared to end a seven-week layoff by winning the May 24 Milady Handicap at Hollywood Park.
He said the move to their sixth floor Cavern Court offices will take place overready for business on the 27th, ``with a following wind