Etymology
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overdress (v.)

also over-dress, "dress to excess, dress beyond what is necessary or required," 1706, from over- + dress (v.). Also used as a noun, "any garment worn over another," 1812. Related: Overdressed; overdressing.

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Definitions of overdress

overdress (v.)
dress too warmly;
Synonyms: overclothe
overdress (v.)
put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive;
Synonyms: dress up / fig out / fig up / deck up / gussy up / fancy up / trick up / deck out / trick out / prink / attire / get up / rig out / tog up / tog out
From wordnet.princeton.edu