Definition of Overdirecting

1. overdirect [v] - See also: overdirect



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overdirecting

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

Literary usage of Overdirecting

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1. Froebel's Educational Laws for All Teachers by James Laughlin Hughes (1897)
"domination of their own personality, by overdirecting it, by making it consciously imitative, by giving it too much assistance, and, more than in any other ..."

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