overdress[ō′vər dres′, ō′vər dres′]
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transitive verb, intransitive verb
to dress too warmly, too showily, or too formally for the occasion
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verb o·ver·dressed, o·ver·dress·ing, o·ver·dress·es verb, intransitive
To dress oneself more formally or elaborately than appropriate or desirable.verb, transitive
To dress (oneself) more formally or elaborately than appropriate or desirable.noun
A skirted garment, such as a pinafore, worn over other outer clothing.