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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The glossy oversized magazine will publish six times per year.
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