oversize

[adj. oh-ver-sahyz; n. oh-ver-sahyz]
adjective Also, oversized.
1.
of excessive size; unusually large: an oversize cigar.
2.
of a size larger than is necessary or required.
noun
3.
something that is oversize; an oversize article or object.
4.
a size larger than the proper or usual size.

Origin:
1605–15; over- + size1

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oversize
 
adj
1.  Also: oversized larger than the usual size
 
n
2.  a size larger than the usual or proper size
3.  something that is oversize

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Example sentences
The oversize ball hinge works as advertised, allowing the vac to move nimbly in
  any direction.
Later, the vaudeville duo beat each other with rubber chickens and dueled with
  oversize boxing gloves.
Wrap an oversize blanket around some poles and you've got a comfy tipi.
Made of either translucent or opaque plastic, many have oversize openings with
  screw-on lids.
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