overattentive

Related to overattentive: obsequious

overattentive

(ˌəʊvərəˈtɛntɪv)
adj
excessively careful to fulfil the needs and wants (of)
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We have been overattentive to conjecture about public preferences at the expense of objective, long-term data.
The staff are friendly, but not overattentive, the choices are varied and the meals are not over-priced.
His attitude toward his overattentive mother was remarkably apparent in Portnoy's Complaint.
The Gulf Coast's most popular restaurant, this contemporary American eatery draws a "very glitzy crowd" and some reviewers suggest it is "more of a place to be seen than to eat"; a newly decorated "drop-dead gorgeous" dining room has surveyors' attention - "great new decor," "sophisticated setting"; the food remains "superb," "highly innovative" and "world class," with a special nod to the "great wine list"; service is "constantly fine," and for some "overattentive"; overall, this "quality operation" strikes most as the "most innovative restaurant around."
Berger's microscopic readings of the primary texts invite what the author himself calls an "overattentive scrutiny" (31) or what he also calls "the oddly restrictive New Critical effect [of promoting] the irony and complexity of the fiction" (83).
WITH Christmas just around the corner and a whole list of presents to still get through, I feel increasingly frustrated by overattentive shop assistants.
He's already had to hire a 7ft bodyguard to protect him from overattentive fans.
Foodie Facts Venue: Vincent Cafe & Cocktail Bar, Exchange Flags, Liverpool Tel: 0151 236 1331 Email: restaurantmanager@vincentcafeandcocktailbar.com Details of meal: Three course meal for two plus a couple of drinks for PS68 Service: Slightly overattentive at times, but very pleasant and friendly Value: Very good, considering the grandeur of the surroundings Disabled access: Yes
"In general, Pearce behaved perfectly well but he began to show somewhat obsessive tendencies and began to be a little overattentive."