In roughly 17 hours, you are about to melt into a pool of your overwrought spittle.
Amid corporate intrigue and overwrought shows, Louis Vuitton, Valentino, and Miu Miu deliver subtle delights.
But efforts to call the legislation the “end of labor unions” are overwrought.
But its legislative reaction is overwrought, and bordering on the fascist.
That was the last time the band allowed tepid performances and overwrought production overwhelm an otherwise solid set of songs.
In her large, wide-opened eyes, and in the whole face, there was the tense expression of overwrought emotion and exhaustion.
As a man of science, I attribute the whole thing to an overwrought imagination.
Bumpus was heard to say, with a long breath, as his overwrought feelings almost overpowered him.
He remembered that she was overwrought, and made no answer to her complaint.
Genius and insanity, worry and dementia, proceed among us hand in hand; the overwrought brain finally totters.
"work beyond a person's strength," 1819; see overwork (v.). Old English oferweorc meant "a superstructure, sarcophagus, tomb."