Here's the menu, which was composed amidst solemn promises that we "aren't going to overdo it this year".
He told African-Americans not to overdo their protests and to remember that race relations are improving.
But if I overdo it and I pander and I put something up just because the Twilight crowd is going to like it, I will get punished.
"We must not overdo it," he said taking Clara up in his arms.
Oh, one can overdo the merry light-hearted rle, I assure 163 you.
There need be little fear, then, that a right use of the gymnasium will overdo.
I began to overdo the part, recognized the fact, and grew savage at myself.
It was customary to have some of the men brighten under it, some overdo it, some remain quite sober in spite of it.
Does she overdo the use of portamento, messa di voce, and such devices?
Still, the singles were convenient, and diving was a sport it wasn't wise to overdo.
Old English oferdon "to do too much," from ofer (see over) + don (see do (v.)). Common Germanic (cf. Old High German ubartuan). Meaning "to overtax, exhaust" (especially in phrase to overdo it) is attested from 1817. Of food, "to cook too long," first recorded 1680s (in past participle adjective overdone).