overkeen

overkeen

(ˌəʊvəˈkiːn)
adj
too keen
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The British actress gives an impassioned portrayal alongside her on-screen husband Armie Hammer, whom the script is contradictorily overkeen to crowbar in at every opportunity, leaving us to think RBG deserves better.
The Brit actress gives an impassioned portrayal alongside screen husband Armie Hammer, whom the script is contradictorily overkeen to crowbar in at every opportunity, leaving us to think RBG deserves better.
Even Edgar, who is now fully fit again, is not overkeen on his new celebrity status.
However, the technique also means he has time for his good friends such as Viv Richards and John Arlott, and he creates space for those upon whom he is not overkeen: Ian Chappell, Imran Khan and Peter Roebuck, excricketers who were simply not in Botham's league.
The five "interpreters," as Sehgal prefers to call them, are mouthy student types overkeen to inflict their inconsequential declamations on the viewer.
Henry is the only witness, but as he walked by and lets Walter die--and eventually gets promoted on the soap as a direct result of Walter's death--he's not overkeen to turn his erstwhile girlfriend in.
'Postmodernists', for example, stand accused of being overkeen on attacking Enlightenment when 'the period in which postmodernism appears is one characterized by highly public battles against commercialism of various sorts; battles informed and underpinned by what we can term Enlightenment reason' (p.
I'm concerned they might have been overkeen on the day."
Historically this has been in response to a rationalistic and often biologically reductive psychology, overkeen on measurement.