- excessive exposure, especially of photographic film or a sensitized plate to light rays.
- the condition of having been seen, heard, or advertised so frequently or for so long that freshness or appeal is diminished.
Origin of overexposure
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Examples from the Web for overexposure
As Hill has suffered from overexposure, other significant women of Everest have gone unnoticed, especially among the sherpanis.Breaking Mount Everest’s Glass Ceiling
Amanda Padoan, Peter Zuckerman
March 30, 2014
Some officials appear multiple times a day during a crisis, which would amount to overexposure for a president.President Obama Seizes the Spotlight After the Boston Marathon Bombings
April 17, 2013
Thus there was always the threat of overexposure, something that was never a fear with an unknown like, say, Lovato.Exclusive: Disney's Troubling Internal Research on the Jonas Brothers
June 18, 2010
The relatively—by Hollywood standards—private star, had not suffered from overexposure like a Bennifer or Jude Law.The Fall of Harrison Ford
January 23, 2010
Donald Trump is a multibillionaire who boasts that there is no such thing as overexposure.Is Trump in Trouble Again?
February 21, 2009