Definition of Overvivid

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overvivid

overvalued idea
overvalues
overvaluing
overveil
overveiled
overveiling
overveils
overventilated
overventilation
oververbose
overview
overviewed
overviewing
overviews
overviolent
overvivid (current term)
overvoltage
overvoltages
overvote
overvoted
overvotes
overvoting
overwait
overwalk
overwalked
overwalking
overwalks
overwarm
overwarmed
overwarming

Literary usage of Overvivid

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1. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1912)
"While the worthy doctor regarded his son's efforts in musical composition merely as an outlet for an overvivid imagination, the young Hector found pleasure ..."

2. The International Library of Famous Literature: Selections from the World's by Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl, Donald Grant Mitchell (1899)
"She turned from Mr. Simeon English's overvivid picturing less perhaps with scorn than with dread. There was something strange, coarse, violent, ..."

3. Industrial and Personal Hygiene by George Martin Kober (1908)
"... July 28, 1907), to the fact that children suffer more frequently from night terrors, which are really overvivid dreams, on Sunday and Monday nights. ..."

4. Industrial and Personal Hygiene by George Martin Kober (1908)
"... July 28, 1907), to the fact that children suffer more frequently from night terrors, which are really overvivid dreams, on Sunday and Monday nights. ..."

5. The Venice Academy: Containing a Brief History of the Building and of Its by Mary Knight Potter (1905)
"Thus, the colours, which the light of the Academy makes crude and overvivid, were there softened and dimmed. So, too, the lack of anatomical construction in ..."

6. Reports of the President's Homes Commission: Message from the President by George Miller Sternberg (1909)
"... in an editorial (Journal AMA, July 28, 1007), to the fact that children suffer more frequently from night terrors, which are really overvivid dreams, ..."

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