Definitions for overfamiliar

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  1. overfamiliar(adj)

    taking undue liberties

    "young women disliked the overfamiliar tone he took with them"

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  1. overfamiliar(adj.)

    Taking undue liberties; assuming an unwarranted tone of familiarity.

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  1. overfamiliar(Adjective)

    common or repeated to the point of being unnoticed or annoying

  2. overfamiliar(Adjective)

    so acquainted with something, that one doesn't notice it, or is annoyed by it

  3. overfamiliar(Adjective)

    overly friendly or intimate


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