overlight


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overlight

(ˌəʊvəˈlaɪt)
n
a strong light
vb (tr)
to illuminate too brightly
adj
excessively light or easy
References in classic literature ?
Methinks yon fellow's hair is overlight for Norman locks.
"Hyperdelia," the first exhibition dedicated to the "Overlight" series begun in 2013, introduced this body of work with a didactic before-and-after-style pairing on the gallery's entry wall: Overlight S2E1 (all works 2015), silver encrusted with sprays of blue, yellow, and pink and inlaid with one green and one blue LED, hung next to Overlight S2E2, the only work on view made without paint.
"Architects overlight buildings in expectation of it degrading to a level that's acceptable, but in the meantime there's too much extra light provided to the facility and that's a huge energy loss," explains Gentry.
Firstly even for the 1960s fuel consumption was an alarming 14mpg and the alteration of an already good design endowed an overlight power steering which lacked precision and feel.
The electric power steering, which I've mentioned before, is lacking in feel and overlight at some speeds, but that's my only handling criticism.