It was overpoweringly
ridiculous,--we must honestly confess it, --the deportment of the maiden lady while setting her shop in order for the public eye.
Philippe listened attentively to every sound; his heart panted and throbbed at the very suspicion of approaching terror and misfortune; but confident in his own strength, which was confirmed by the force of an overpoweringly
resolute determination, he waited until some decisive circumstance should permit him to judge for himself.
The most curious fact with respect to this animal, is the overpoweringly
strong and offensive odour which proceeds from the buck.
Mingling with the remembrance thus aroused, there rose in me unbidden, a temptation so overpoweringly
vile, and yet so irresistible in the state of my mind at the moment, that it shook me to the soul.
Gladys was languid and rather overpoweringly
refined, and conversation became forced.
He looked very good-natured and prepossessing, though overpoweringly
gay and free, in contrast with the squalid prison.
The zest was noticeable by its absence while the BBQ sauce was overpoweringly
tomato favoured and lacked the zing, smokiness and complexity that it might have.
She thought it was lovely, rich and sweet but not overpoweringly
Mozart's longest and last symphony, critics have called it "overpoweringly
great, fiery, artistic, pathetic, sublime." Designed to demystify musical masterpieces in a relaxed and casual setting, Grams, using musical excerpts played by the ESO, will guide an exploration of the composer Mozart, his musical process and the spectacular Jupiter Symphony.
This newish restaurant in Edinburgh's Broughton Street does grown-up, restrained food that is special without being overpoweringly
rich or showy-offy.
It's evening-y, but not overpoweringly
so, and has a lovely balance between the flowers (jasmine, tuberose) and the rich, earthy base notes.
Owusu has that uncanny skill of portraying a megalomaniac who can still retain a degree of sympathy, particularly during the demise of his wife when his grief is overpoweringly
emotional and her "dead-weight" realism perturbingly authentic.