overexplicit

overexplicit

(ˌəʊvərɪkˈsplɪsɪt)
adj
excessively explicit
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Act two meanders all over the place, retaining only the fondness for the overexplicit that we've already clocked.
Whereas Kobayashi and Rinnert (2003) pointed out that the use of long utterances supporting their requests was a sign of developmental trend observed in the higher proficiency participants, Hassall (2001) reported that the "verbosity" effect found in the grounders produced by his Australian adult learners of indonesian was sometimes regarded as inappropriate, as too much information seemed redundant and overexplicit.
I'm angry enough as it is," Roth doesn't make overexplicit the parallels between America's fall to fascism under Lindbergh and Bush's fear-based presidency.
While film melodramas are verbally overexplicit, they nonetheless "hinge around the not said, the words that cannot be spoken" (242).
Forced and overexplicit endings mar the buoyancy of these pieces.
2507 have developed laws that reflect the other, overexplicit reading of the NIH panel report.
The narration, provided by Jen, is sometimes overexplicit, as is her final, moralizing peroration within the text itself.