Definition of Overpraise. Meaning of Overpraise. Synonyms of Overpraise

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Definition of Overpraise

Overpraise
Overpraise O`ver*praise", v. t. [Cf. Overprize, Superpraise.] To praise excessively or unduly.

Meaning of Overpraise from wikipedia

- in 2008, "I thought some of it was entirely justified—it was a little overpraised at the time." In 2019, on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of...
- introduction, Franzen describes the Broadway musical version as "insipid" and "overpraised." In an interview with New York magazine, Franzen stated that he had...
- Slate magazine predicted that Palin's acceptance speech would be "wildly overpraised" and might end speculation that she was unqualified for the job of vice...
- so controlled and efficient in its narrative, that it stands to be overpraised to the point where seeing it will be an anticlimax." A.D. Murphy from...
- to 1,000 Films. Knopf. p. 743. ISBN 978-0-307-26461-9. I don't mean to overpraise Rumble Fish, but I think it is a haunting evocation of teenage years and...
- Up 3D the third-best film of 2010, arguing that it "[one-upped] the overpraised stereoscopic advancements of Avatar." In 2020, Uhlich named it the tenth-best...
- genius" and ****erted that his "technical mastery which can hardly be overpraised...has made his verse an inexhaustible study for later poets, not only...
- The Observer the reviewer Gerald Gould wrote "It would be difficult to overpraise it". After banker Sir Garth Fratten is found dead near a London landmark...
- April 2013). "Bafta TV nominations are a mix of the snubbed and the overpraised". The Daily Telegraph. London. "Sherlockology, The BBC Books tie-in edition...
- "showed a resource and swiftness of thought which it would be difficult to overpraise". Jeeves's name is used as a synonym for a personal manservant. A "Jeeves"...