My world-wide priesthood, with their endless variety of costume, to one not over-educated gentleman in a white sheet?
At Rosebury no one thought of being so silly as to be over-educated.
He was anchored in his dugout close beside us, and grinned with delight as he saw his over-educated trout refuse my best casts.
A garden may easily be over-educated, and that which is good in itself may suffer from improvement.
He is a Swede of Swedes, with all the traditions of the over-educated Swede.
It is because they are under-educated, not over-educated, that the children of the very poor so often go wrong.
She is over-educated now, and knows far more than most girls of her age.
It was held then that a student might be over-educated, and the more he knew the more his religious zeal diminished.
It has been the custom of late to speak as if the children of Queen Victoria had been over-educated and over-stimulated.
They are observed, watched—and if the parents are so disposed, carefully educated, and often over-watched and over-educated.
mid-15c., "bring up (children), train," from Latin educatus, past participle of educare "bring up, rear, educate," which is related to educere "bring out, lead forth," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + ducere "to lead" (see duke (n.)). Meaning "provide schooling" is first attested 1580s. Related: Educated; educating.