overemphatic

overemphatic

(ˌəʊvərɪmˈfætɪk)
adj
excessively emphatic or prominent
Translations

overemphatic

[ˌəʊvərɪmˈfætɪk] ADJdemasiado enfático
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In this particular piece from 1980, however, Dennis Bowers regarded it as 'undoubtedly one of the best films to have been made in Australia', applauding how it extended on its overemphatic source novel to skilfully conjure subtle ambiguity that invited the viewer to draw their own Interpretations (M51).
(8) Criticism of Liszt's overemphatic text settings, excessive accompaniment, incorrect syllabification, overwhelming chromaticism, and unrealistic vocal demands frequently appear in twentieth-century scholarship.
The trinitarian eschatology of Balthasar, which relies on an overemphatic anti-Pelagian understanding of the grace-freedom dynamic and a brutal interpretation of Holy Saturday, clearly acts to undermine the real possibility of damnation for men.
Whatever tension the pic manages to build is mostly undercut by the recurring appearance of the fish and by the generally overemphatic performances of the human cast, who resemble an Abercrombie/Hollister ad in motion and project about as much dramatic nuance.
Marcelo Alvarez played a better Gustav than he sang; it's a good voice for the role, but he kept spoiling the line with bumpy phrasing and overemphatic attacks on high notes.
To suggest, however, as Linden Peach does, that Felicia is "exiled by sectarianism" (194) is rather overemphatic, as the "pull" factor of finding Lysaght consistently counterbalances the social and familial "push" factors acting upon her.
Thankfully, this appalling prospect with its overemphatic rhetorical indicators of the heroism of American democracy, has been considerably modified.
The first is a brief condemnation of the overemphatic punishment of slaves, couched in a list of daily activities which can squander one's time: 'But tell us now how much from that great store / Thy Creditor hath got, thy Mistris, Friend, / Thy Clients, or the Jarre (that hath no end) / Between thy wife and thee?
One nevertheless wonders whether Griffel's thesis is not overemphatic. For even if the two philosophies intersect in their discussion of the physical world, there remain fundamental epistemological and metaphysical differences, such as Avicenna's realism versus al-Ghazali's nominalism, their disagreement about the modalities and quiddities, and the varying structure of their cosmologies.
But in the symphonies which framed the evening, Haydn's Surprise and Mendelssohn's Reformation, Manze's overemphatic body-language distracted from the quality of music-making.
Indeed, whether deconstructing metaphors or animating regular bourgeois characters with overemphatic theatrical behavior, Topffer's satire implicitly exposes the artifice behind expressions of romantic sensibility absorbed into mainstream culture.
But even they are seem forced and overemphatic. I was not touched by the outer movements as I should have been, nor was I too fascinated by the inner ones.