overenthusiasm


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overenthusiasm

(ˌəʊvərɪnˈθjuːzɪˌæzəm)
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excessive enthusiasm
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Maybe it is a case of overenthusiasm on the part of IBN or accepting illusory numbers fed by GMR with 'creative' financial/ economic analysis.
University students are among those vulnerable to this trend and have developed an overenthusiasm for protecting themselves from views they find disagreeable.
As expected, it didn't take long before their overenthusiasm, combined with the security forces' limited patience, resulted in scuffles.
However, the findings should warn against overenthusiasm for strategies aimed at rejuvenating muscle of elderly individuals by enforcing the regeneration process, as they might carry a sort of trade-off at the expense of the genomic and possibly functional integrity of the newly formed muscles.
Surgical methods are being preferred now in many centres due to overenthusiasm associated with both patient to get rid of pain and in surgeon to cure his patient at the earliest.
Some panelists clearly had a case of irrational exuberance, an overenthusiasm no different from what we saw at the end of the dotcom and the housing crises.
Aggressiveness, passion and overenthusiasm are tempered with these traits.
Overenthusiasm did, however, test the patience of referee Chris Binnie who sent five players, three from YMCA and two Westoe, to the sin bin
The protest drama staged against the Tehelka scam by the BJP shows its overenthusiasm to fish in troubled waters, politicize every calamity man-made or natural and drag Congress into anything that goes erroneous in the country.
One of biggest problems among new volunteers is overenthusiasm, Bales said.
He received his straight red for decking James Tunnicliffe with an elbow, although manager Dennis Green insisted it was a case of overenthusiasm, adding: "He hasn't got a bad bone in his body.
We're also guessing that the star's recent "acting is stupid" statements wouldn't have gone over too well with Lipton, whose overenthusiasm for actors has inspired countless (http://www.