Or, some speculate, the unlikely tale is a product of overzealous U.S. intelligence.
And an overzealous medical professional, hoping to safeguard against malpractice, can also be a cause of unneeded procedure.
An overzealous (and yes, probably liberal) IRS lawyer overreacted to this flood of applications.
Facebook has money to burn, and so do overzealous British buyers.
Gates was overheated because of his race-sensitivity, as the cop might have been overzealous because of Gates' overreaction.
As well known, the affair was terminated by a sharp reprimand from Mr. Yves Guyot, addressed to his overzealous subordinate.
Those young officers are—they are—let us call them overzealous.
For, alas, he is one of those dear overzealous fellows whom in moments of depression we stigmatise as "hearty."
“Nearly did for me, my overzealous friend,” said Cleek, after a time.
Nor, on the other hand, was it overzealous in pressing its own claims too far.