overhandle

overhandle

(ˌəʊvəˈhændəl)
vb (tr)
to handle, or mention, too much
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Season well and mix together with your hands - don't overhandle or you will make the burgers tough.
Chefs that overhandle and mess about with the food.
Brodeur looked shaky for Canada as he seemed to overhandle the puck several times and had trouble seeing shots through players' legs and sticks.
They overhandle the world often to the distress and objection of others.
12 OPPORTUNITY - Sometimes drivers and receivers are forced to overhandle product in the vendor and receiver scan environment.
They're especially valuable to beginners, who tend to overhandle their papers and wear the glue off the edges.