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Definition of "overstimulation" []

  • The act or instance of stimulating too much (noun)
  • Excessive stimulation (noun)

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Use "overstimulation" in a sentence
  • "What starts the ticcing and the overstimulation is the transition from the light to dark"
  • "What starts the ticcing and the overstimulation is the transition from the light to dark"
  • "The kind of overstimulation that you can feel in the [industrialized] countries, both in Japan and in America, is very close to the ways I've been raising my kids - I have three of them - which is not giving our kids one single minute of free brain occupation."
  • "The kind of overstimulation that you can feel in the [industrialized] countries, both in Japan and in America, is very close to the ways I've been raising my kids - I have three of them - which is not giving our kids one single minute of free brain occupation."
  • "I'd wager that for them, AVATAR counts as "refined art," not overstimulation."
  • "I'd wager that for them, AVATAR counts as "refined art," not overstimulation."