Definition of overnice in English:

overnice

Syllabification: o·ver·nice
Pronunciation: /ˌōvərˈnīs
 
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adjective

dated
Excessively fussy or fastidious: Mildred was overnice in regard to their father
More example sentences
  • And we should take due warning from the consequences of our decision of what may follow from exacting overnice requirements of the I.C.C.
  • It sounds absurd to say that it is part of truthfulness not to be overnice about the truth when circumstances demand deception.
  • Your master teacher was being what's called overnice.

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