overobvious

adjective
over·ob·vi·ous | \ˌō-vər-ˈäb-vē-əs \

Definition of overobvious 

: too obvious an overobvious pun 'You look like you just came from work,' she said, wondering why something about that seemed overobvious, like why bring a briefcase to a date?— Charles Atkins

First Known Use of overobvious

1913, in the meaning defined above

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