overexuberant

overexuberant

(ˌəʊvərɪɡˈzjuːbərənt)
adj
excessively exuberant
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NEIL Warnock's may have been overexuberant when declaring that David Silva is not one of City's best players, but the Cardiff City manager is among many Blues in liking the Spaniard more than any other player in the country.
The Egyptian has scored in the Potters' last two Premier League games, but was booked both times for his overexuberant reactions.
Bar an overexuberant leap at the first, his jumping was impeccable and he is going to be very tough to beat wherever he runs this season.
Sunderland - Honeyman (49 mins, foul), O'Shea (66 mins, timewasting), Vaughan (84 mins, overexuberant goal celebration).
As the show goes on, the incongruities between the understated band members and the overexuberant actors begin to grate," she wrote.
The life cycle and magnitude of the 2015/16 El Nino was well predicted by most models used by national meteorological services, in contrast to the generally overexuberant model predictions made the previous year.
Bangladesh's triumph on Sunday was overshadowed first by Buttler reacting to what he felt were overexuberant celebrations following his dismissal on review, which saw him given an official reprimand by the International Cricket Council, while opposite number Mashrafe Mortaza and Sabbir Rahman were fined 20 per cent of their match fees for their part in the incident.
Bangladesh's triumph on Sunday was overshadowed first by Buttler reacting to what he felt were overexuberant celebrations following his dismissal, which saw him given an official reprimand by the International Cricket Council, while opposite number Mashrafe Mortaza and Sabbir Rahman were fined 20 per cent of their match fees for their part in the incident.
The second ODI was overshadowed by the incident that followed Buttler's dismissal, with the England captain engaged in angry exchanges with several Bangladesh fielders for what he felt were overexuberant celebrations.
And claims from Easter Road chairman and SFA board member Rod Petrie that they were merely overexuberant didn't go down well with Hotline callers.
Klopp also revealed he had previously lost another pair of glasses after Nuri Sahin's overexuberant celebrations following Borussia Dortmund's win at Bayern Munich in 2011.