overly

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overly englannista suomeksi

  1. liikaa, liian

  1. liian, yli-

overly englanniksi

  1. To an excessive degree.

  2. ''Parents can be overly protective of their children.''

  3. 1821, (w), ''(w)'', Philadelphia: M. Carey & Sons, Chapter 37, p.(nbs)214,https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008665418

  4. (..) considering the circumstances of my situation, I saw it would not do for me to look out for an overly young woman, nor yet would it do for one of my ways to take an elderly maiden, ladies of that sort being liable to possess strong-set particularities.
  5. 1908, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter(nbs)30,http://www.gutenberg.org/files/45/45-h/45-h.htm

  6. It’s nothing short of wonderful how she’s improved these three years, but especially in looks. She’s a real pretty girl got to be, though I can’t say I’m overly partial to that pale, big-eyed style myself.
  7. 1958, (w), ''(w)'', New York: Del Rey, Chapter(nbs)11, p.(nbs)238,https://archive.org/details/havespacesuitwil00hein_0

  8. Your race is overly sentimental; it distorts your judgment.
  9. (RQ:Schuster Hepaticae)

  10. Superficially.

  11. 1566, (w), ''The Fower Chiefyst Offices Belongyng to Horsemanshippe'', London, “The true Arte of Paring, and shooyng all maner of Houes together (..),” Chapter 5,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A16229.0001.001

  12. (..) let him not touche the quarters nor the heeles at al, vnlesse it be to make the seat of the shoe playne, & let that be done so superficially or ouerly as maye be, so shall the houes remayne alwayes strong.
  13. 1604, (w), ''A Commentarie or Exposition, vpon the Fiue First Chapters of the (w)'', Cambridge, Chapter 6, p.(nbs)482,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09383.0001.001

  14. These kinds of reproofes, not vnfitly may be compared to hotte or hastie healing salues, which drawe a faire skinne ouer a fowle wound; which because it is not soundly cured from the bottome, but ouerly healed vp, doth afterward apostemate or fistulate, and becommeth more dangerous and desperate then euer before.
  15. 1678, (w), ''The Laws and Customes of Scotland, in Matters Criminal'', Edinburgh, Part 1, “Some Crimes punished amongst the ''Romans'', which are not directly in use with us,” p.(nbs)347,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A50574.0001.001

  16. (..) I resolved here to touch overly even those crimes which are little considered among us, not only that we might thereby know the ''genius'' of that wise Nation; but that we may consider how far it were fit to renew amongst us these excellent Laws.
  17. Carelessly, without due attention.

  18. 1629, (w), ''The New Covenant, or the Saints Portion'', London: Nicolas Bourne, Sermon 9, p.(nbs)51,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09990.0001.001

  19. (..) you shall finde this, that all remissenesse, when a man doth a thing remissely, and ouerly, and perfunctorily, it argues alway a diuided intention, it is an argument that the whole minde is not set on it, but that the intention is distracted, and bestowed on other things:
  20. 1728, (w), ''A Plan of the English Commerce'', London: Charles Rivington, p.(nbs)60,https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/011405329

  21. If you expect the Poor should work cheaper, and not perform their Work slighter and more overly, as we call it, and superficially, you expect what is not in the Nature of the Thing.
  22. With a sense of superiority, haughtily.

  23. 1650, (w), ''An Antidote against the Poysonous Weeds of Heretical Blasphemies'', London: Ralph Smith, p.(nbs)3,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A77492.0001.001

  24. The third vice is ''Arrogancie'', and the fourth ''Pride'', two vices neer a kinne, ''Cosen germans'' (..) when men shall arrogate much unto themselves; looking overly and superciliously upon others.
  25. Superficial; not thorough; careless, negligent, inattentive.

  26. 1602, (w), ''Virgidemiarium Sixe Bookes'', London: Robert Dexter, Satire 3, p.(nbs)52,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A71323.0001.001

  27. The curteous Citizen bad me to his feast,
    With hollow words, and ouerly request:
    Come, will ye dine with me this Holy day?
    I yeelded, tho he hop’d I would say ''Nay:''
  28. 1627, (w), ''Ten Sermons'', London: R. Dawlman, Sermon 3, p.(nbs)120,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11454.0001.001

  29. Hee prayeth but with an ''ouerly'' desire, and not from the ''deepe'' of his heart, that will not bend his ''endeauours'' withall to obtaine what he desireth:
  30. 1762, (w), ''Elements of Criticism'', Edinburgh: A. Kincaid & J. Bell, Volume 1, Chapter 2, Part 7, p.(nbs)222,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004801739.0001.001

  31. Concerning the passions in particular, however irregular, headstrong, and perverse, in an overly view, they may appear, I propose to show, that they are by nature adjusted and tempered with admirable wisdom, for the good of society as well as for private good.
  32. Having a sense of superiority, haughty.

  33. 1637, (w), ''The Remedy of Prophanenesse'', London: Nathanael Butter, Book 1, Section 8, p.(nbs)66,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A02586.0001.001

  34. Those that know no better, may rejoyce and exult in these worldly contentments; but those, who have had but a blink of the beauty of heaven, can look upon them no otherwise, than with an overly contemptuousnesse.
  35. Excessive; too great.

  36. 1839, (w), “Notes on Baxter’s Life of Himself” in Henry Nelson Coleridge (ed.), ''The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge'', London: W. Pickering, Volume 4, p.(nbs)140,https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001023471

  37. (..) there appears a very chilling want of open-heartedness on the part of Owen, produced perhaps by the somewhat overly and certainly most ungracious resentments of Baxter.