overfond


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overfond

(ˌəʊvəˈfɒnd)
adj
excessively keen (on)
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.overfond - excessively fond
loving - feeling or showing love and affection; "loving parents"; "loving glances"
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overfond

[ˌəʊvəˈfɒnd] ADJ he's rather overfond of criticizing peoplele gusta demasiado criticar a la gente
she is not overfond of dogsno le dislocan los perros, no se vuelve loca por los perros
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Tarzan had learned enough about Arab character since he had been in Algeria to know that this was no real motive, for the Arab is never overfond of the companionship of strangers, and especially of French soldiers.
Though never overfond of my late daughter, I had a proper pride about her.
Well, Miss Lyddy, I reckon, believed what he told her, and she's not overfond o' parting with the money herself--she's not a bad woman at bottom, but she's been brought up under his thumb; so she began fidgeting with her purse, and turned as red as her ribbon.
Being, like so many college students, not overfond of unnecessary labor, I'm afraid I all too frequently slithered along the easy path to the 4.
Each piece offers a glimpse into the headspace of a man overfond of his physique.
In brief, a new national spirit must be cultivated, and it would be strategic to begin with the Canadian children who are overfond of the derisive salutations, "Sheeny
They are huge and generally are not overfond of human company, which means that Horn has to pick up weapons and battle them time and again.
The story is he wasn't overfond of them after landing on a prickly blackberry bush when he was chucked out of heaven.