overorganise

overorganize

[oh-ver-awr-guh-nahyz]
verb (used with object), overorganized, overorganizing.
1.
to stress formal structure, status, rules, and details excessively.
verb (used without object), overorganized, overorganizing.
2.
to become overorganized.
Also, especially British, overorganise.


Origin:
1895–1900; over- + organize

overorganization, noun
overorganizer, noun
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