overplotted

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

over- +‎ plotted

Adjective[edit]

overplotted (comparative more overplotted, superlative most overplotted)

  1. (drama) Having too much plot
    • 1988 July 1, Lawrence Bommer, “Channel This, or Die, Yuppie Scum!; Time in a Battle”, Chicago Reader:
      Pursuing its preposterous, overplotted premise, Time merrily confuses myth with fact--Romeo and Juliet and Arthur never lived, or they did so under other names.