(adjective) kind obliging / (adjective) dutiful / (adjective) volunteering one's services where they are neither asked nor needed; meddlesome / (adjective) informal unofficial
transferring 40 percent of its economic interest [...] officious behavior that many protested
The guards were adamant they could not come in. It seemed as if after their heart-in-mouth journey, the officious defences of their own side might stymie them.
They were speaking to each other with tinkling officiousness, like two administrators filling out a form together.
the officious viciousness of the Nazi occupation of the country
i thought it meant like lackluster?