overstrong

overstrong

(ˌəʊvəˈstrɒŋ)
adj
too strong
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And the coffee served with dessert - a freshly made decaf - proved overstrong and cloying.
Their customers want a rating no matter what, so they have an incentive to draw overstrong conclusions from dubious models.
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RN: Well, walking out is perhaps overstrong a word.
The other good news out of Geneva was that the overbroad and overstrong protectionist provisions of the draft copyright treaty published last summer were rejected by the delegates.