Overready

O´ver`read´y


a.1.Too ready.
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(51) In this respect, Cronin is right to criticize Habermas for being overready to identify Kant's view of the public arena and the required freedom of thought therein with liberal views on this matter (Cronin, "Kant's Politics of Enlightenment," 54).
``Last January we had 159 staff and today we have 175, with nine more in the pipeline.'' He said the move to their sixth floor Cavern Court offices will take place overready for business on the 27th, ``with a following wind!''
If there has been a rather large proportion of positives, maybe she has been overready to say 'Yes' and needs to be more cautious.