adj. excessively familiar; too common; too friendly

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  • overfamiliar — ► ADJECTIVE 1) too well known. 2) inappropriately informal. DERIVATIVES overfamiliarity noun …   English terms dictionary

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  • overfamiliar with — too well acquainted with. → overfamiliar …   English new terms dictionary

  • overfamiliar — adj.; overfamiliarly, adv. * * * …   Universalium

  • overfamiliar — adjective a) common or repeated to the point of being unnoticed or annoying b) so acquainted with something, that one doesnt notice it, or is annoyed by it …   Wiktionary

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  • overfamiliar — /oʊvəfəˈmɪljə/ (say ohvuhfuh milyuh) adjective familiar to an excessive degree. –overfamiliarly, adverb …  

  • overfamiliar — adj. excessively familiar …   Useful english dictionary

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