Definition of Overcoy

1. Adjective. Excessively coy. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Overcoy

1. too coy [adj] - See also: coy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overcoy

overcorrect
overcorrected
overcorrecting
overcorrection
overcorrections
overcorrects
overcostly
overcount
overcounted
overcounting
overcounts
overcover
overcovered
overcovering
overcovers
overcoy (current term)
overcram
overcrammed
overcramming
overcrams
overcraw
overcraws
overcredulity
overcredulous
overcritical
overcritically
overcriticize
overcriticized
overcriticizes
overcriticizing

Literary usage of Overcoy

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1. The Way of the North: A Romance of the Days of Baranof by Warren Cheney (1905)
"I doubt if the lure alone would have proved enough, for the beast was overcoy; but one of the natives stepped out with a strap in his hand, and striking it ..."

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