over- + choreograph
overchoreograph (third-person singular simple present overchoreographs, present participle overchoreographing, simple past and past participle overchoreographed)
- (rare) To choreograph with too much or too elaborate dancing.
2007 December 17, Alastair Macaulay, “A Tale of Two Nutcrackers, With More Than a Chunnel Between Them”, in New York Times:
- Nureyev was always inclined to overchoreograph, cramming steps onto every beat, a tendency only increased when he restaged ballets.