Definition of Overadvertised

1. Verb. (past of overadvertise) ¹



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Definition of Overadvertised

1. overadvertise [v] - See also: overadvertise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overadvertised

overactivated
overactivation
overactivations
overactive
overactivities
overactivity
overactor
overactors
overacts
overacute
overadjusted
overadjustment
overadjustments
overadored
overadvertise
overadvertised (current term)
overadvertises
overadvertising
overaffect
overaffected
overaffecting
overaffects
overage
overaged
overages
overaggressive
overaggressively
overaggressiveness
overagitate
overagitated

Literary usage of Overadvertised

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1922)
"It is all licensed iniquity, and therefore thoroughly decorous in the sight of the law; and yet it is not overadvertised. Everything that is hidden or ..."

2. The Normal Child and Primary Education by Beatrice Chandler Gesell, Arnold Gesell (1912)
"Unthinking people seize upon this achievement as the most important contribution of the Montessori education. It has been overadvertised and so ..."

3. Modern Advertising by Earnest Elmo Calkins, Ralph Holden (1905)
"All commercial articles overadvertised or advertised as being better than they really are, will react in the end. Take the whole business of proprietary ..."

4. Socializing the Three R's by Ruth Mary Weeks (1919)
"1 CULTURE IN AMERICA Far more striking for some years past than even our strident and overadvertised materialism, has been the rapidly widening circle of ..."

5. Neutrality: The Crucifixion of Public Opinion, from the American Point of View by S. Ivor Stephen (1916)
"... He was quickly recalled, 33 the paper soon found out the calibre of its highly paid, overrated and overadvertised journalistic buccaneer. ..."

6. The Cowboy: His Characteristics, His Equipment, and His Part in the by Philip Ashton Rollins (1922)
"The rattlesnakes, though considered, except for certain ones in Texas, to be much overadvertised as to dangerous- ness and to be trading on the ..."

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