The bee-folk are overwise, I know, and I mean to take no chances of their leaving.
But he was left without a father at an early age, with a considerable fortune, and his mother was indulgent and not overwise.
Hence, "Red-stockings," with all his philosophy, was not overwise.
The Emperor stood almost alone, being supported by a small, and not overwise minority.
Thomas Baker, the historian of the College, suggests that "the scholars were overwise and the brethren over good."
The explanations, apologies, and not overwise conversation that ensued need not be indicated here.
He is well enough, a good boy, not overwise, but not what is needed here.
To be overwise is to ossify; and the scruple-monger ends by standing stockstill.
I did not think her overwise; but here she astonishes me more than I would have believed.
He is not overwise, but has a certain amount of talent, and any quantity of ridiculous self-conceit.