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overclass
/oh"veuhr klas', -klahs'/, n. a social stratum consisting of educated and wealthy persons considered to control the economic power of a country. [1990-95] * * *
overclassify
v.t., overclassified, overclassifying. * * *
overclean
adj.; overcleanly, adv.; overcleanness, n. * * *
overclemency
n. * * *
overclement
adj. * * *
overclever
adj.; overcleverly, adv.; overcleverness, n. * * *
overclinical
adj.; overclinically, adv. * * *
overclog
v.t., overclogged, overclogging. * * *
overclose
adj.; overclosely, adv.; overcloseness, n. * * *
overclothes
/oh'veuhr klohz', -klohdhz'/, n. (used with a pl. v.) clothing worn outside other garments. [1855-60; OVER- + CLOTHES] * * *
overcloud
/oh'veuhr klowd"/, v.t. 1. to overspread with or as if with clouds: a summer storm that briefly overclouds the sun; to overcloud one's pleasure with solemn thoughts. 2. to ...
overcloy
v.t. * * *
overclutter
v.t. * * *
overcoach
v. * * *
overcoat
n. /oh"veuhr koht'/; v. /oh'veuhr koht", oh"veuhr koht'/, n. 1. a coat worn over the ordinary indoor clothing, as in cold weather. 2. Also called overcoating. an added coating, ...
Overcoat, The
a short story (1842) by Gogol. * * *
overcoating
/oh"veuhr koh'ting/, n. 1. material for overcoats. 2. overcoat (def. 2). [1885-90; OVERCOAT + -ING1] * * *
overcoil
/oh"veuhr koyl'/, n. Horol. 1. a fixed end of a spiral hairspring, consisting of an upwardly and inwardly bent continuation of the outermost coil of the spring: used to offset ...
overcold
adj.; overcoldly, adv. * * *
overcolor
v. * * *
overcome
—overcomer, n. /oh'veuhr kum"/, v., overcame, overcome, overcoming. v.t. 1. to get the better of in a struggle or conflict; conquer; defeat: to overcome the enemy. 2. to ...
overcommend
v.t. * * *
overcommercialize
v.t., overcommercialized, overcommercializing. * * *
overcommit
—overcommitment, n. /oh'veuhr keuh mit"/, v.t., overcommitted, overcommitting. to commit more than is feasible, desirable, or necessary. [1950-55; OVER- + COMMIT] * * *
overcommitment
See overcommit. * * *
overcommon
adj.; overcommonly, adv.; overcommonness, n. * * *
overcommunicate
v., overcommunicated, overcommunicating. * * *
overcompensate
/oh'veuhr kom"peuhn sayt'/, v., overcompensated, overcompensating. v.t. 1. to compensate or reward excessively; overpay: Some stockholders feel the executives are being ...
overcompensation
—overcompensatory /oh"veuhr keuhm pen"seuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. /oh"veuhr kom'peuhn say"sheuhn/, n. Psychoanal. 1. a pronounced striving to neutralize and conceal a strong ...
overcompensatory
See overcompensate. * * *
overcompetitive
adj.; overcompetitively, adv.; overcompetitiveness, n. * * *
overcomplacent
adj.; overcomplacently, adv. * * *
overcomplex
adj. * * *
overcompliant
adj. * * *
overcomplicate
v.t., overcomplicated, overcomplicating. * * *
overcompress
v.t. * * *
overconcentrate
v., overconcentrated, overconcentrating. * * *
overconcern
n., v.t. * * *
overcondense
v., overcondensed, overcondensing. * * *
overconfidence
See overconfident. * * *
overconfident
—overconfidence, n. —overconfidently, adv. /oh"veuhr kon"fi deuhnt/, adj. too confident. [1610-20; OVER- + CONFIDENT] Syn. cocksure, brash, arrogant, reckless, heedless. * * *
overconfidently
See overconfidence. * * *
overconscientious
adj.; overconscientiously, adv.; overconscientiousness, n. * * *
overconscious
adj.; overconsciously, adv.; overconsciousness, n. * * *
overconservative
adj.; overconservatively, adv.; overconservativeness, n. * * *
overconsiderate
adj.; overconsiderately, adv.; overconsiderateness, n. * * *
overconstant
adj.; overconstantly, adv.; overconstantness, n. * * *
overconstruct
v.t. * * *
overconsume
v., overconsumed, overconsuming. * * *
overcontent
adj. * * *
overcontented
adj.; overcontentedly, adv.; overcontentedness, n. * * *
overcontentious
adj.; overcontentiously, adv.; overcontentiousness, n. * * *
overcontract
v.t. * * *
overcontribute
v., overcontributed, overcontributing. * * *
overcontrite
adj.; overcontritely, adv.; overcontriteness, n. * * *
overcontrol
v.t., overcontrolled, overcontrolling, n. * * *
overcook
v.t. * * *
overcool
adj.; overcoolly, adv.; overcoolness, n. * * *
overcopious
adj.; overcopiously, adv.; overcopiousness, n. * * *
overcorrect
adj., v. * * *
overcorrupt
v., adj.; overcorruptly, adv. * * *
overcostly
adj. * * *
overcount
v. n. * * *
overcourteous
adj.; overcourteously, adv.; overcourteousness, n. * * *
overcourtesy
n. * * *
overcovetous
adj.; overcovetously, adv.; overcovetousness, n. * * *
overcoy
adj.; overcoyly, adv.; overcoyness, n. * * *
overcredit
v. * * *
overcredulous
adj.; overcredulously, adv.; overcredulousness, n. * * *
overcritical
—overcritically, adv. —overcriticalness, n. /oh"veuhr krit"i keuhl/, adj. excessively critical; hypercritical. [1850-55; OVER- + CRITICAL] * * *
overcritically
See overcritical. * * *
overcriticalness
See overcritically. * * *
overcriticize
v., overcriticized, overcriticizing. * * *
overcrop
v. /oh'veuhr krop"/; n. /oh"veuhr krop'/, v., overcropped, overcropping, n. v.t. 1. Agric. to crop (land) to excess; exhaust the fertility of by continuous cropping. v.i. 2. to ...
overcrowd
/oh'veuhr krowd"/, v.t., v.i. to crowd to an uncomfortable or undesirable excess. [1760-70; OVER- + CROWD1] * * *
overcrowded
adj.; overcrowdedly, adv.; overcrowdedness, n. * * *
overcull
v.t. * * *
overcultivate
v.t., overcultivated, overcultivating. * * *
overcultured
adj. * * *
overcumber
v.t. * * *
overcunning
adj.; overcunningly, adv.; overcunningness, n. * * *
overcured
adj. * * *
overcurious
adj.; overcuriously, adv.; overcuriousness, n. * * *
overcurrent
/oh"veuhr kerr'euhnt, -kur'-/, n. Elect. a current of a magnitude that is greater than a limiting value, as the value at which a fuse melts. [1930-35; OVER- + CURRENT] * * *
overdaintily
adv. * * *
overdainty
adj. * * *
overdate
/oh"veuhr dayt'/, n. Numis. a coin stamped from a die altered to show a year subsequent to that for which it was cut. [OVER- + DATE1] * * *
overdazzle
v., overdazzled, overdazzling. * * *
overdeal
v., overdealt, overdealing. * * *
overdear
adj.; overdearly, adv.; overdearness, n. * * *
overdebate
v., overdebated, overdebating. * * *
overdebilitate
v.t., overdebilitated, overdebilitating. * * *
overdecadent
adj.; overdecadently, adv. * * *
overdecorate
v., overdecorated, overdecorating. * * *
overdecorative
adj.; overdecoratively, adv.; overdecorativeness, n. * * *
overdedicate
v.t., overdedicated, overdedicating. * * *
overdeep
adj. * * *
overdeepen
v.t. * * *
overdefensive
adj.; overdefensively, adv.; overdefensiveness, n. * * *
overdeferential
adj.; overdeferentially, adv. * * *
overdefiant
adj.; overdefiantly, adv.; overdefiantness, n. * * *
overdeliberate
v., overdeliberated, overdeliberating. adj.; overdeliberately, adv.; overdeliberateness, n. * * *
overdelicate
—overdelicacy /oh"veuhr del"i keuh see/, overdelicateness, n. —overdelicately, adv. /oh"veuhr del"i kit/, adj. extremely or excessively delicate: an overdelicate digestive ...
overdelicious
adj.; overdeliciously, adv.; overdeliciousness, n. * * *
overdemand
v., n. * * *
overdemanding
adj.; overdemandingly, adv. * * *
overdependent
adj. * * *
overdepress
v.t. * * *
overdepressive
adj.; overdepressively, adv.; overdepressiveness, n. * * *
overderide
v.t., overderided, overderiding. * * *
overderisive
adj.; overderisively, adv.; overderisiveness, n. * * *
overdescribe
v.t., overdescribed, overdescribing. * * *
overdescriptive
adj.; overdescriptively, adv.; overdescriptiveness, n. * * *
overdesign
v. * * *
overdesire
n. * * *
overdesirous
adj.; overdesirously, adv.; overdesirousness, n. * * *
overdestructive
adj.; overdestructively, adv.; overdestructiveness, n. * * *
overdetailed
adj. * * *
overdetermination
/oh"veuhr di terr'meuh nay"sheuhn/, n. Psychoanal. the concept that a single emotional symptom or event, as a dream or a slip of the tongue, may be caused by more than one ...
overdetermine
overdetermine [ō΄vər di tʉr′mən] vt. overdetermined, overdetermining to bring about through multiple causes or contributory factors * * *
overdetermined
/oh'veuhr di terr"mind/, adj. excessively or unduly determined. [1915-20; OVER- + DETERMINED] * * *
overdevelop
—overdevelopment, n. /oh'veuhr di vel"euhp/, v.t., v.i. to develop to excess: to overdevelop a photograph; to overdevelop a waterfront area. [1835-45; OVER- + DEVELOP] * * *
overdevelopment
See overdevelop. * * *
overdevoted
adj.; overdevotedly, adv.; overdevotedness, n. * * *
overdiffuse
v., overdiffused, overdiffusing, adj.; overdiffusely, adv.; overdiffuseness, n. * * *
overdigest
v. * * *
overdignify
v.t., overdignified, overdignifying. * * *
overdilate
v., overdilated, overdilating. * * *
overdilation
n. * * *
overdiligent
adj.; overdiligently, adv.; overdiligentness, n. * * *
overdilute
v., overdiluted, overdiluting. * * *
overdilution
n. * * *
overdirected
adj. * * *
overdiscipline
v., overdisciplined, overdisciplining. * * *
overdiscount
v.t. * * *
overdiscourage
v.t., overdiscouraged, overdiscouraging. * * *
overdiscreet
adj.; overdiscreetly, adv. overdiscreetness, n. * * *
overdiscriminating
adj.; overdiscriminatingly, adv. * * *
overdiscuss
v.t. * * *
overdistant
adj.; overdistantly, adv. * * *
overdistend
v. * * *
overdistort
v.t. * * *
overdistrait
adj. * * *
overdistraught
adj. * * *
overdiverse
adj.; overdiversely, adv.; overdiverseness, n. * * *
overdiversify
v., overdiversified, overdiversifying. * * *
overdo
—overdoer, n. /oh'veuhr dooh"/, v., overdid, overdone, overdoing. v.t. 1. to do to excess; overindulge in: to overdo dieting. 2. to carry to excess or beyond the proper limit: ...
overdoctrinaire
adj. * * *
overdoer
See overdo. * * *
overdog
o·ver·dog (ōʹvər-dôg', -dŏg') n. Informal One that has a significant advantage: “a champion of the overdog who provides tax breaks for the rich while cutting social ...
overdogmatic
adj. * * *
overdogmatical
adj.; overdogmatically, adv.; overdogmaticalness, n. * * *
overdomesticate
v.t., overdomesticated, overdomesticating. * * *
overdominance
o·ver·dom·i·nance (ō'vər-dŏmʹə-nəns) n. The condition of a heterozygote having a phenotype that is more pronounced or better adapted than that of either ...
overdominant
See overdominance. * * *
overdominate
v.t., overdominated, overdominating. * * *
overdone
/oh'veuhr dun"/, v. 1. pp. of overdo. adj. 2. cooked too long or too much: The roast was overdone. I dislike overdone steak. 3. excessive or strained; exaggerated: Don't you ...
overdoor
/oh"veuhr dawr', -dohr'/, adj. 1. situated above a doorway: an overdoor panel. n. 2. an ornamented carving, painting, or section of decorated woodwork over a doorway. [1870-75; ...
overdose
n. /oh"veuhr dohs'/; v. /oh"veuhr dohs', oh'veuhr dohs"/, n., v., overdosed, overdosing. See OD. [1680-90; OVER- + DOSE] * * *
overdoubt
v.t. * * *
overdoze
v.i., overdozed, overdozing. * * *
overdraft
/oh"veuhr draft', -drahft'/, n. 1. an act or instance of overdrawing a checking account. 2. a check overdrawn on a checking account. 3. the amount overdrawn. 4. an excessive ...
overdraft checking account
a bank account with a credit line permitting checks to be written for an amount above the account balance, subject to a finance charge on the overdraft. * * *
overdrafting
/oh'veuhr draf"ting, -drahf"-/, n. the removal of more water from ground and surface basins than is replaced by rain and melting snow. [OVER- + DRAFT + -ING1] * * *
overdrain
v. * * *
overdrainage
n. * * *
overdramatic
adj. * * *
overdramatize
v., overdramatized, overdramatizing. * * *
overdraw
/oh'veuhr draw"/, v., overdrew, overdrawn, overdrawing. v.t. 1. to draw upon (an account, allowance, etc.) in excess of the balance standing to one's credit or at one's disposal: ...
overdrawer
/o"veuhr draw"euhr/, n. a person who overdraws something, esp. a bank account. [1905-10; OVERDRAW + -ER1] * * *
overdredge
v.t., overdredged, overdredging. * * *
overdress
v. /oh'veuhr dres"/; n. /oh"veuhr dres'/, v., overdressed, overdressing, n. v.t., v.i. 1. to dress with too much display, finery, or formality: He certainly overdressed for the ...
overdrily
adv. * * *
overdrink
v.t., overdrank or (Nonstandard) overdrunk; overdrunk or, often, overdrank; overdrinking. * * *
overdrive
v. /oh'veuhr druyv"/; n. /oh"veuhr druyv'/, v., overdrove, overdriven, overdriving, n. v.t. 1. to push or carry to excess; overwork. 2. to drive too hard. n. 3. Mach., Auto. a ...
overdry
adj.; overdryly, adv.; overdryness, n. * * *
overdub
v. /oh'veuhr dub"/; n. /oh"veuhr dub'/, v., overdubbed, overdubbing, n. v.i. 1. to add other recorded sound or music, as a supplementary instrumental or vocal track, to a taped ...
overdue
—overdueness, n. /oh'veuhr dooh", -dyooh"/, adj. 1. past due, as a delayed train or a bill not paid by the assigned date; late: two overdue library books. 2. too long awaited; ...
overdye
—overdyer, n. /oh'veuhr duy", oh"veuhr duy'/, v.t., overdyed, overdying. 1. to dye too long or too much. 2. to dye over another color. [1945-50; OVER- + DYE] * * *
overeager
adj.; overeagerly, adv.; overeagerness, n. * * *
overeagerly
See overeager. * * *
overeagerness
overeagerness [spelling only] * * * See overeagerly. * * *
overearnest
adj.; overearnestly, adv.; overearnestness, n. * * *
overeasily
adv. * * *
overeasy
adj. * * *
overeat
—overeater, n. /oh'veuhr eet"/, v., overeate, overeaten, overeating. v.i. 1. to eat too much: If you overeat, you're bound to get fat. v.t. 2. to eat more than is good for ...
overeater
See overeat. * * *
overedit
v. * * *
overeditorialize
v.i., overeditorialized, overeditorializing. * * *
overeducate
v.t., overeducated, overeducating. * * *
overeducative
adj.; overeducatively, adv. * * *
overeffort
n. * * *
overeffusive
adj.; overeffusively, adv.; overeffusiveness, n. * * *
overelaborate
—overelaborately, adv. —overelaboration, overelaborateness, n. adj. /oh"veuhr i lab"euhr it/; v. /oh'veuhr i lab"euh rayt'/, adj., v., overelaborated, ...
overelate
v.t., overelated, overelating. * * *
overelegance
n. * * *
overelegant
adj.; overelegantly, adv. * * *
overelliptical
adj.; overelliptically, adv. * * *
overembellish
v.t. * * *
overembroider
v.t. * * *
overemote
v.i., overemoted, overemoting. * * *
overemotional
adj.; overemotionally, adv. * * *
overemotionalize
v.t., overemotionalized, overemotionalizing. * * *
overemphasis
—overemphatic /oh'veuhr em fat"ik/, adj. /oh'veuhr em"feuh sis/, n. excessive or undue emphasis. [1895-1900; OVER- + EMPHASIS] * * *
overemphasize
/oh'veuhr em"feuh suyz'/, v., overemphasized, overemphasizing. v.t. 1. to emphasize excessively. v.i. 2. to use excessive emphasis. Also, esp. Brit., overemphasise. [1900-05; ...
overemphatical
adj.; overemphatically, adv.; overemphaticalness, n. * * *
overempirical
adj.; overempirically, adv. * * *
overemploy
v.t. * * *
overempty
adj. * * *
overemulate
v.t., overemulated, overemulating. * * *
overenamored
adj. * * *
overencourage
v.t., overencouraged, overencouraging. * * *
overenrolled
adj. * * *
overentertained
adj. * * *
overenvious
adj.; overenviously, adv.; overenviousness, n. * * *


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