overemphatic

overemphatic

(ˌəʊvərɪmˈfætɪk)
adj
excessively emphatic or prominent
Translations

overemphatic

[ˌəʊvərɪmˈfætɪk] ADJdemasiado enfático
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8) Criticism of Liszt's overemphatic text settings, excessive accompaniment, incorrect syllabification, overwhelming chromaticism, and unrealistic vocal demands frequently appear in twentieth-century scholarship.
The trinitarian eschatology of Balthasar, which relies on an overemphatic anti-Pelagian understanding of the grace-freedom dynamic and a brutal interpretation of Holy Saturday, clearly acts to undermine the real possibility of damnation for men.
Marcelo Alvarez played a better Gustav than he sang; it's a good voice for the role, but he kept spoiling the line with bumpy phrasing and overemphatic attacks on high notes.
One nevertheless wonders whether Griffel's thesis is not overemphatic.
But in the symphonies which framed the evening, Haydn's Surprise and Mendelssohn's Reformation, Manze's overemphatic body-language distracted from the quality of music-making.
To Elizabeth Bishop, this poem felt overemphatic, overlong, and too vernacular.
In refusing to confer fundamental status on these affirmative resources we colloquially consider to be fundamental, the Court continued its overemphatic protection of what Professor Charles Black referred to as "elite" rights, such as privacy, which are inescapably conditioned on one's possession of baseline socioeconomic resources.
Finally, the overemphatic repetitions and exclamations 'canta, canta .
The point may be overemphatic, but it is nevertheless well made.
This state is always a negative one: female witnesses are overemphatic in verbal and emotional expression (being "prone to exaggeration," and "more emotional"); they are unstraightforward in thought and expression (being "evasive," and "facile and resourceful"); and they are unreasonably persistent in expression (being "tenacious").
Nichols gives a powerful, if overemphatic reading; when all you're doing is sitting and talking, too much hand and neck movement becomes incredibly distracting on a big screen.
But much of the public's attention and emotions have already been captured and squandered by overemphatic predictions.