overclose

overclose

(ˌəʊvəˈkləʊs)
adj
too close
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(2) The problem itself seems to be widely acknowledged: many singers of German, non-natives and natives alike, tend to overclose the open and short vowels [1], [??], and [Y].
The book points to real problems about accessibility and elitism in some forms of feminist theorising, and to the overclose identification of feminism with post-structuralism in some places, Australia especially.
while I stand committed to pro-women politics, I resist the label feminism because of its overclose association with the western women's movement.
This can stiffen up if the back teeth are lost, and the joint "overcloses".