overexuberant

overexuberant

(ˌəʊvərɪɡˈzjuːbərənt)
adj
excessively exuberant
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The US can seem overexuberant in comparison to some of our more reserved Scots' norms.
Our crisis is as much a story of underestimated demand as it is one of overexuberant legal and illegal oversupply.
Problems begin to arise when the acquisition team becomes overexuberant about what's theoretically possible for the deal or fails to project the additional investment necessary to attain the achievable.
Green's lawyers told the newspaper he was a "passionate businessman, who can at times be overexuberant and hotheaded".
Meanwhile, in the town centre yobs surrounded a police car, while another overexuberant fan could be seen climbing on top of a bus.
However, Bates Gill, a professor of Asia-Pacific security studies at Macquarie University in Sydney, said that the stock market reaction might been overexuberant as Xi had not said anything "new or bold" in his speech.
NEIL Warnock's may have been overexuberant when declaring that David Silva is not one of City's best players, but the Cardiff City manager is among many Blues in liking the Spaniard more than any other player in the country.
Severe pneumonia and respiratory failure after influenza infections are often due to overexuberant immune responses leading to neutrophilic lung inflammation and lung injury (i.e., immunopathology), but why this occurs in some patients and not others is currently not known.
Bar an overexuberant leap at the first, his jumping was impeccable and he is going to be very tough to beat wherever he runs this season.
Sunderland - Honeyman (49 mins, foul), O'Shea (66 mins, timewasting), Vaughan (84 mins, overexuberant goal celebration).
"As the show goes on, the incongruities between the understated band members and the overexuberant actors begin to grate," she wrote.