overenthusiastically


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overenthusiastically

(ˌəʊvərɪnˌθuːzɪˈæstɪkəlɪ)
adv
in such a way as to be excessively enthusiastic
Translations

overenthusiastically

[ˌəʊvərɪnθuːzɪˈæstɪkəlɪ] ADVcon demasiado entusiasmo
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Standing on their feet, filling the front rows of St Peter's Hall, Roath, the children overenthusiastically booed their teacher Josh Flynn, playing the villain Fleshcreep, they responded with humour to the one-liners and argued and laughed with Dame Trott, played brilliantly by Martin O'Brien.
But in the last six weeks that she's at the helm of DOH while Secretary Ona is on extended leave, I think she has been doing things overenthusiastically, and some of her critical decisions could have benefited from a more dispassionate way of looking at both sides.
She proffers the alternative view, too: academics generally embraced the programme's stylistic choices, successfully establishing links with character and narrative, sometimes overenthusiastically teasing out connections with Dickens' source novel.
True, they're probably not the most refined of gifts, and there's a high possibility of some very nasty chaffing if used overenthusiastically, but at least the man or woman of your dreams won't be getting away in a hurry.
Overenthusiastically, and with my umbrella in hand, I actually jumped up and down in the middle of the street, beaming a smile of victory.
Our experience has shown that the energy auditor can sometimes overenthusiastically bias assumptions to nudge an improvement toward "recommended.
Almost spearing a young Holte Ender with a corner flag when overenthusiastically celebrating the winner against Stoke.
Okay, honest confessions first: This whole thing started when I volunteered rather overenthusiastically to find out what the craze surrounding the Twilight series was all about.
IF you are a bloke, and you have been sticking food into your face overenthusiastically this festive season, you will be delighted to learn that good old Marks and Spencer is bringing out a range of men's 'shapewear' today.
Tesco is all hot and bothered about its upcoming ins-tore talent contests, but Morrisons in Bradford hit back with its own bargain-basement in-house entertainment last week when a homeless chap was arrested for overenthusiastically playing air guitar in the supermarket's cafe.
Heddy immediately began jogging overenthusiastically to the beat of Mick Jagger's I can't get no satisfaction.