overdress[ō′vər dres′, ō′vər dres′]
overdress definition by Webster's New World
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transitive verb, intransitive verb
to dress too warmly, too showily, or too formally for the occasion
overdress definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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.