overrich

overrich

(ˌəʊvəˈrɪtʃ)
adj
1. (Cookery) (of food) excessively flavoursome or fatty
2. being excessively abundant, strong, etc: overrich heroin.
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Now doth it provoke the lower classes, all benevolence and petty giving; and the overrich may be on their guard!
Certainly not the overrich, under-armed state of Qatar.
HLD]), HC emissions tend to increase, because the premixing phase of combustion reduces significantly, and this tends to increase the occurrences of overrich mixture zones.
The Quick ultimately seems less the result of carefully considered craftsmanship than of an overrich imagination indiscriminately producing, producing, producing.
The atmosphere of The Naked and the Dead, the overspirit, is Tolstoyan; the rococo comes out of Dos Passos; the fundamental slogging style from Farrell, and the occasional overrich descriptions from Wolfe," said Mailer to interviewer Peter Manso (qtd.
Do not use my taxes to finance a wedding for over-privileged, overrich, pseudo-celebrities.
The price Mailer paid for this reverence, he once suggested, was his 'occasional overrich descriptions'" (198),
Grief was the grillwork the emotional grid--through which George Hawkins sifted and sorted events, simplified a world so overrich in sense it outstripped him.
I cannot believe that Lord Justice Taylor envisaged his report being used to line club's pockets,and bring forth a new breed of overrich,over-sexed and rather stupid footballers, but this is what has happened in the intervening years.
It can be argued that as a knowledge representation becomes more expressive, its semantics become overrich, the plethora of choice it offers confusing, and the elaborate rule systems on which it is based make it expensive to apply.
the emotional grid - through which [he] sifted and sorted events, simplified a world so overrich in sense it outstripped him" (142).