transitive + intransitive
: to adjust excessively
- overadjust to temporary conditions
- Overadjusting the brightness or contrast can hide background features …
- —Kaoru Sakabe
- Print and screen are different mediums. But Persuasion, the first production from PBS' Complete Jane Austen, badly overadjusts, adding so many fussy modern flourishes and out-of-place romantic gestures it almost undermines the inherent beauty of Austen's work.
- —Robert Bianco
"The first time you go through a rough time, you tend to make overadjustments and you analyze too much."