overbig

overbig

(ˌəʊvəˈbɪɡ)
adj
too big
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in periodicals archive ?
His eyes, bulging and blood streaked seemed overbig in his bearded face ...
"He has won a big handicap chase and I think he'll stay -- the only problem is he's not overbig."
He's not overbig but he'll definitely stand training and he should continue to improve.
He's neat, not overbig and has all the right attributes for the race."
"The only reason we can get away with our overbig impact [on the planet] is there are still stocks of forests, fish, soils and water to draw down.
"He stands 16.1 hands and is nicely made, but not overbig. Looking back, the quiet time he had over hurdles probably did him a lot of good.
I think that 2m around there will be ideal and, although she's not overbig, she's a real tough mare.
He's not overbig and has a French style of jumping his fences.
Having returned the previous day, Moore made light of the inactivity with an all-action front-running ride on the eight-year-old, who is not overbig and continually jumped left, rubbing out closest rival Inside Dealer two out when they were engaged in a captivating duel.
Pipe, who won four Welsh Nationals in five runnings at that time, said: "He was a great horse - a bit of a character - a flashy chestnut, not overbig but very brave.
However, while she's not overbig, she's a strong mare and should be able to carry that weight.