overorchestrated

adjective
over·or·ches·trat·ed | \ ˌō-vər-ə-ˈȯr-kə-ˌstrā-təd \

Definition of overorchestrated 

: having been orchestrated to an unnecessary degree … similar-sounding and overorchestrated power ballads … —Bob Verini Many of the dishes, though, are overorchestrated. Sometimes less is more. —Joanne Starkey In our overorchestrated quests to get our kids into the right colleges, let's not forget the frivolity of youth. —Bob Welch

First Known Use of overorchestrated

1877, in the meaning defined above

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