overamped

overamped

mod. high on amphetamines; overdosed with amphetamines. (Drugs.) Two students were overamped and got sent to the counselor.
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This production--especially Streep's overamped performance--emphasizes the aspect of the play that dissatisfied Brecht himself: Courage's emotional appeal to the audience.
Stokes said that the rhetoric of some in the beer industry overamped the situation.
Whether you will be, too, depends on how much you enjoy coincidental plotting, gross violence, wretched venality and overamped digital editing effects.
It says something about the truth of his satiric insight - and, probably, a whole generation of Americans - that this gleeful burlesque of overamped patriotism found wide acceptance at the height of the bloodshed.
Alice is one of the more realistic teenage girls put on screen lately; even the very good bad adolescents of ``thirteen'' are way overamped by comparison.
A test to see if contemporary film audiences, their sensibilities pummeled by crude, overamped ``event'' movies for lo, these many summers, can appreciate a rollicking adventure that luxuriates in the last thing modern Hollywood associates with blockbuster entertainment: fine craftsmanship.