Even if Zeitz does overpraise Nicolay and Hay as biographers, the story of their lifelong friendship is compelling.
I might be misled by the fatiguing sort of annoyance of overpraise—of worship in fact.
With his patients he was so perfect at all points that it is hard to overpraise him.
Now prove that I did not overpraise you; for a misstep means, perhaps, a broken leg.
Nothin' damages a gal, a preacher, or a lake, like overpraise.
As a man cannot flatter God, nor overpraise him, so a man cannot injure man, nor undervalue him.
It would be difficult to overpraise the work of this traveller.
“You must not overpraise our little maid,” she warned Captain Enos reprovingly.
overpraise and mispraise him as anybody may, he cannot be overpraised for this.
It is impossible to overpraise the indomitable spirit of the British army during its retirement from the Belgian frontier.