Definition of overdecorated:
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Another friend had asked us to go to the theater with him, the Imperial Theater, which has European seats and is a fine and large building, as fine as in any capital and not overdecorated like a New York one.- "Letters from China and Japan", John Dewey Alice Chipman Dewey.
Anyway the place is conveniently situated, and quite bearable if you can put up with the waiter or the somewhat overdecorated and ever- changing waitress telling you, in front of your guest, that you " can only 'ave cakes and bread- un- butter forrer shilling, every- think- else- is extra."- "Leonie of the Jungle", Joan Conquest.
What people saw was a big, clumsy house expensively overdecorated in the appalling taste of forty years ago, now screened by forests of palms and vast banks of flowers; and they saw a number of people popularly identified with the sort of society which newspapers delight to revere; and a few people of real distinction; and a young girl, noticeably pale, standing beside Kathleen Severn and receiving the patronage of dowagers and beaux, and the impulsive clasp of fellowship from fresh- faced young girls and nice- looking, well- mannered young fellows.- "The Danger Mark", Robert W. Chambers.