overimaginative

overimaginative

(ˌəʊvərɪˈmædʒɪnətɪv)
adj
imaginative to a fault
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The chills - I use the word loosely - begin when a pack of cub scouts including overimaginative Sam (Maurice Luijten) head into the woods for a camping weekend, only to learn something nasty may be lurking in the undergrowth.
It's also easy to say here that all the belated claims by Algieri's overimaginative handler was part of the fantasy they had built around their gutless, inept boxer.
S4C's overimaginative promotions department has recently been putting its foot in it quite a bit in musical circles.
The grand exception to this was The Tailor of Panama, in which the fabrications of a false intelligencer drew a military assault that engulfed Panama City -- this the result of under-employed, overimaginative spies too anxious to find threats where there were none.
There are a host of reasons for this phenomenon including: hurrying the shot, an overimaginative mind, hunting a new species or a simple lack of experience in knowing what is considered a trophy for where and what you're hunting.
Space enters into literature only as a dubious fiction, as a phantom in the minds of overimaginative readers, as an invasion from alien and rival art forms like painting, or as a necessary evil in the transmission of verbal art by the spatial, visible traces of writing.