overimpressed

overimpressed

(ˌəʊvərɪmˈprɛst)
adj
very impressed
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Nor must Kate appear overimpressed by the glamour and glitz she'll see in her inevitable charity work.
The problem is that, if one is impressed by the technology's power and potential benefit at all, then it seems all too easy to be overimpressed by it.
48) No doubt there are biased and incompetent experts, attorneys who encourage such experts into the legal system, gullible jurors overimpressed by the supposed authority of a witness merely on account of his scientific credentials, and scientifically illiterate judges too ready to dismiss an expert witness's unwelcome proffered testimony as not really science at all.
PSV are also going to be short of firepower and don't be overimpressed by back-to-back fourgoal home wins in the Eredivisie - plotting Liverpool's downfall will be altogether tougher than seeing off Heracles or Groningen.
We should not be overimpressed by the recent rediscovery of the strategic wheel in this regard.
We are thus reminded to consider carefully any of our field's futuristic projections regarding the development of the gifted human child, lest we become overimpressed with superficial possibilities and overlook the meaning of living a gifted life and its implications for parents who nurture their gifted child's development.
Although he's obviously learning his way around young Hollywood, LeRoy says he's not overimpressed with the famous names who want to be close to him.
I was not overimpressed with the plastic look of the central dash, which is only saved by the neat-looking dials with their blue background.
Kate is not a big spender on clothes nor overimpressed by wealth.
I've been happy with performances in the first two games but I wasn't overimpressed with the first half today,'' he added.
Umpires K Parthasardhi and GA Pratap, though, were not overimpressed with England's endeavours to keep the shine on the ball - the gum chewing Mark Butcher being warned about spitting on the leather to get a sheen.
Readers who took that point would not be overimpressed by accounts of the multifarious amusement establishments in Paris that catered for every class and taste, or by the dignity of Paris New Year celebrations measured by the volume of visiting cards circulated (BA, 20 March 1811: 'Notizen aus Paris'; 15 January 1811: 'Paris, vom 30.