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overfamiliar

/ (ˌəʊvəfəˈmɪlɪə) /
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adjective
excessively friendly, informal, or intimate
too well-known or easily recognizedan overfamiliar action movie
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Derived forms of overfamiliar

overfamiliarity, noun
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How to use overfamiliar in a sentence

  • The girl's face, even to him who had long before grown overfamiliar with its beauty, was a wonderfully lovely thing.

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