overattentive

Related to overattentive: obsequious

overattentive

(ˌəʊvərəˈtɛntɪv)
adj
excessively careful to fulfil the needs and wants (of)
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In general, Pearce behaved perfectly well but he began to show somewhat obsessive tendencies and began to be a little overattentive.
Earlier this year she confessed that she had invested in a long blonde wig, which she resorts to wearing out in a bid to avoid being recognised and mobbed by overattentive fans.
We have been overattentive to conjecture about public preferences at the expense of objective, long-term data.
WITH Christmas just around the corner and a whole list of presents to still get through, I feel increasingly frustrated by overattentive shop assistants.
His attitude toward his overattentive mother was remarkably apparent in Portnoy's Complaint.