overinked

overinked

(ˌəʊvərˈɪŋkt)
adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printed using too much ink
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Anderson seemed to be at home in the milieu; they were usually quite badly printed, and he probably compensated in his line for what he knew would be an overinked and mashed impression.
And the prints that reflect the etched texts do so imperfectly, because their appearance was affected by the way they were printed (e.g., underinked, overinked, inked with a stiff or oily ink onto paper of varying thickness and dampness).
I have noticed an increase in complaints about newspapers that are overinked or under-inked, have shredded or misfolded pages, or are missing sections.