v. t.1.To embellish excessively; to render too ornate or complicated.
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Instead, he was brave enough to keep the styles simple and not be tempted to over-embellish so that he could concentrate on the fit and the cut.
Be on the lookout for candidates who seem to over-embellish accomplishments or give the impression that they were single-handedly responsible for the results achieved by their previous department.
Should it become necessary to do so in order to request an accommodation if hired, it is extremely important to have rehearsed a disclosure statement that does not over-embellish the disease or the disability.