[oh-ver-muhch] /ˈoʊ vərˈmʌtʃ/
adjective, noun, adverb
He didn’t show overmuch concern. We tried not to regret it overmuch.
too much; very much
an excessive amount
“too great in amount,” c.1300, over- + much (q.v.). As an adverb from late 14c. Old English had cognate ofermicel.
- Over my dead body
interjection An expression of refusal, denial, or rejection; not happening: Over my dead body will she live with us (1936+) In no way, under no circumstances, as in Over my dead body will you drop out of high school. This hyperbolic expression is often used jokingly. [ Early 1800s ]
[nahys] /naɪs/ adjective, nicer, nicest. 1. pleasing; agreeable; delightful: a nice visit. 2. amiably pleasant; kind: They are always nice to strangers. 3. characterized by, showing, or requiring great accuracy, precision, skill, tact, care, or delicacy: nice workmanship; a nice shot; a nice handling of a crisis. 4. showing or indicating very small differences; minutely […]
[adverb oh-ver-nahyt; adjective, noun oh-ver-nahyt; verb oh-ver-nahyt] /adverb ˈoʊ vərˈnaɪt; adjective, noun ˈoʊ vərˌnaɪt; verb ˌoʊ vərˈnaɪt/ adverb 1. for or during the : to stay overnight. 2. on or during the previous evening: Preparations were made overnight. 3. very quickly; suddenly: New suburbs sprang up overnight. adjective 4. done, made, occurring, or continuing during […]
noun 1. a travel bag large enough to hold personal articles and clothing for an overnight trip.