Definition of over-elaboration in English:

over-elaboration

noun

See over-elaborate

  • ‘Both dishes were proof that the sort of culinary self-indulgence and over-elaboration that has become commonplace in so many fish restaurants need not be a part of running a successful seafood restaurant.’
  • ‘Even when Celtic did dispense with their over-elaboration and find a way into the six-yard box, they were found wanting.’
  • ‘It was a familiar feeling for many home supporters who have grown accustomed to their team's skill yet over-elaboration.’
  • ‘The home side were guilty of over-elaboration, their manager admitting they lacked their normal cutting edge.’
  • ‘Again, this was simple food with the accent upon quality ingredients and a desire to avoid over-elaboration.’