I want to say that someone is too visible, as in the following sentence:

Unlike philosophers who suffer from invisibility in the society, sociologists enjoy over-visibility.

Is the use of "over-visibility" in the above sentence correct?

  • You just asked this question yesterday. "Over-visibility" was not idiomatic yesterday and it is still not idiomatic today. Voting to close as duplicate. Commented Jun 29, 2018 at 14:18


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