Blatant and obviously listening in to a conversation that you're not involved in, but aren't excluded from either. Used when admitting to listening in.

Similar to eavesdropping, but without the sneaky connotation.
I heard you mention the party so I started to over-listen. Do we need to give anyone a ride?
by jacklg May 15, 2011

5 Words Related to overlisten

To listen to a piece of music too many times (because you
can't help it) with the result of not wanting to listen to it for a while
I love that new album. I've already overlistened it.
by Casey.goose February 02, 2007

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