overcareful

adjective
over·care·ful | \ˌō-vər-ˈker-fəl \

Definition of overcareful 

: too careful : overcautious an overcareful approach He is a bit overcareful with his investments.

Other Words from overcareful

overcarefully adverb
The time spent sitting and watching has affected his shot, Miles admitted, and he was obviously trying to overcarefully guide his shots against the Heat. — Phil Miller

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1568, in the meaning defined above

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