overingenious

overingenious

(ˌəʊvərɪnˈdʒiːnɪəs)
adj
ingenious to a fault
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Still, she'd enjoyed the classes, despite, at the start, having more than a sneaking suspicion that she would have made as effective a job of tutoring any day as Mandy, the sweet but slightly ditsy young woman who regaled them week by week with overingenious trigger exercises, and who, as far as Judith could make out, had never published anything herself.
The court's reasoning was seen as overingenious in that the decision would have been different had the woman been domiciled in England and the man in Pakistan.
42) Although the interpretation of the Muses' riddling statement that I suggest here is indeed subtle, I do not believe that it is overingenious, or that its complexity would have posed too great a challenge to the mental powers of Hesiod's audience.
Nilakantha had already come up with this ingenious, perhaps you will think overingenious, reading of the verse, in the Mantraramayana.
Greenfields and the Twenty-third Psalm") offers a delightful history of the wildly imaginative range of emendations and substitutions put to the service of solving that famous textual puzzle, from the familiar to the overingenious to the providential.