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overlarge

(ˌəʊvəˈlɑːdʒ)
adj
excessively large
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Adj.1.overlarge - excessively largeoverlarge - excessively large      
big, large - above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a large city"; "set out for the big city"; "a large sum"; "a big (or large) barn"; "a large family"; "big businesses"; "a big expenditure"; "a large number of newspapers"; "a big group of scientists"; "large areas of the world"
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Hitched to the branches of the trees close at hand were six horses, one of them a barb with gay trappings upon which the Bishop was wont to ride, and the others laden with packs of divers shapes and kinds, one of which made Robin's eyes glisten, for it was a box not overlarge, but heavily bound with bands and ribs of iron.
Urduja's incessant rains overlarge parts of the Visayas and southern Luzon over the weekend triggered flash floods and landslides that killed people and left others missing.
Morphologic changes induced by dilation of the pulmonary valve annulus with overlarge balloons in normal newborn lambs.
It looked the same to me: glossy, overlarge, pretentious.
Such idols are colloquially known as stargazers because their overlarge and stylised, ovoid heads tilt back from their slender necks.
To the driver, overlarge steering angle and angular velocity will cause uncomfort.
The new "receiver" bolt tube was a far better means of feeding the pellets than the overlarge but imprecise Supergrade receiver.
If regional science and technology resource allocation optimization is studied as a whole, the optimization efficiency is certain to be lower because of reasons such as an overlarge space of input variables and optimization involving multiple objectives.
As the technicians were finishing up with Jay in the master bedroom, the taxi delivered her to the Cary residence, a not overlarge brick house in north, central Atlanta.
While the high unemployment is on a downward path in recent years, Cyprus's "labour market remains distorted by overlarge and privileged banking and public sectors and a small, weak private sector".
The little orphans are drawn with overlarge heads and eyes, and tiny, malnourished bodies.
Law students are fed a steady diet of hard cases in overlarge and overcostly casebooks stuffed with the most vexing and difficult appellate opinions ever issued.