Definition of Overdirect

1. [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overdirect

overdeveloped
overdeveloping
overdevelopment
overdevelops
overdiagnose
overdiagnosed
overdiagnoses
overdiagnosing
overdiagnosis
overdid
overdight
overdilute
overdiluted
overdilutes
overdiluting
overdirect (current term)
overdirected
overdirecting
overdirects
overdiscount
overdiscounted
overdiscounting
overdiscounts
overdispersion
overdispersions
overdiversities
overdiversity
overdo
overdocument
overdocumented

Literary usage of Overdirect

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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1918)
"But the Present must not be allowed to overdirect ; the individual must not be allowed to become supernormal ; too much emphasis must not be put upon the ..."

2. The Dramatic Instinct in Education by Elnora Whitman Curtis (1914)
"... and overdirect plays and games, and a failure to discriminate between children who have no play initiative and those who do not require aid at every ..."

3. The World Economy by Angus Maddison (2006)
"After the Indian Mutiny in 1857, when the British government took overdirect control of India, these radical ..."

4. Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction: Submitting Outline Plan by Virginia Dept. of public instruction (1895)
"... is that the teachers will overdirect, so as to crush out of the play all the spontaniety and vivacity that naturally belong to recreation. ..."

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