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overequipped
adj. * * *
overestimate
—overestimation, n. v. /oh'veuhr es"teuh mayt'/; n. /oh"veuhr es"teuh mit/, v., overestimated, overestimating, n. v.t. 1. to estimate at too high a value, amount, rate, or the ...
overestimation
See overestimate. * * *
overexacting
adj. * * *
overexaggerate
v., overexaggerated, overexaggerating. * * *
overexcite
—overexcitable, adj. —overexcitability, n. —overexcitably, adv. —overexcitement, n. /oh'veuhr ik suyt"/, v.t., overexcited, overexciting. to excite too much. [1815-25; ...
overexercise
v., overexercised, overexercising. * * *
overexert
—overexertedly, adv. —overexertion, n. /oh'veuhr ig zerrt"/, v.t. to exert excessively. [1840-50; OVER- + EXERT] * * *
overexertion
See overexert. * * *
overexpand
v. * * *
overexpansive
adj.; overexpansively, adv.; overexpansiveness, n. * * *
overexpect
v. * * *
overexpectant
adj.; overexpectantly, adv. * * *
overexpend
v. * * *
overexplain
v. * * *
overexplicit
adj. * * *
overexploit
v.t. * * *
overexpose
/oh'veuhr ik spohz"/, v.t., overexposed, overexposing. 1. to expose too much, as to the sun, cold, or light rays (often used reflexively): Be careful of overexposing yourself to ...
overexposure
/oh"veuhr ik spoh"zheuhr/, n. 1. excessive exposure, esp. of photographic film or a sensitized plate to light rays. 2. the condition of having been seen, heard, or advertised so ...
overexpress
v.t. * * *
overexpressive
adj.; overexpressively, adv.; overexpressiveness, n. * * *
overexquisite
adj. * * *
overextend
—overextension /oh'veuhr ik sten"sheuhn/, n. /oh'veuhr ik stend"/, v.t. 1. to extend, reach, or expand beyond a proper, safe, or reasonable point: a company that overextended ...
overextension
See overextend. * * *
overextract
v.t. * * *
overextravagant
adj.; overextravagantly, adv. * * *
overextreme
adj. * * *
overexuberant
adj.; overexuberantly, adv. * * *
overfacile
adj.; overfacilely, adv. * * *
overfacility
n. * * *
overfactious
adj.; overfactiously, adv.; overfactiousness, n. * * *
overfactitious
adj. * * *
overfag
v., overfagged, overfagging. * * *
overfaint
adj.; overfaintly, adv.; overfaintness, n. * * *
overfaithful
adj.; overfaithfully, adv.; overfaithfulness, n. * * *
overfalls
/oh"veuhr fawlz'/, n. 1. Oceanog. water made rough by a strong current moving over a shoal, by an opposing current, or by winds blowing against the current. 2. Obs. a cataract or ...
overfamed
adj. * * *
overfamiliar
adj.; overfamiliarly, adv. * * *
overfamous
adj. * * *
overfanciful
adj.; overfancifully, adv.; overfancifulness, n. * * *
overfar
adv., adj. * * *
overfast
adj. * * *
overfastidious
adj.; overfastidiously, adv.; overfastidiousness, n. * * *
overfat
adj. * * *
overfatigue
/oh"veuhr feuh teeg'/ n. excessive tiredness from which recuperation is difficult. [1720-30; OVER- + FATIGUE] * * *
overfatten
v.t. * * *
overfavor
v.t. * * *
overfavorable
adj.; overfavorableness, n.; overfavorably, adv. * * *
overfearful
adj.; overfearfully, adv.; overfearfulness, n. * * *
overfeast
v. * * *
overfed
overfed [spelling only] * * *
overfee
n. * * *
overfeed
/oh'veuhr feed"/, v.t., v.i., overfed, overfeeding. to feed or eat to excess. [1600-10; OVER- + FEED] * * *
overfeel
v., overfelt, overfeeling. * * *
overfeminine
adj.; overfemininely, adv. * * *
overfeminize
v., overfeminized, overfeminizing. * * *
overfertile
adj. * * *
overfertilize
v.t., overfertilized, overfertilizing. * * *
overfervent
adj.; overfervently, adv.; overferventness, n. * * *
overfew
adj. * * *
overfierce
adj.; overfiercely, adv.; overfierceness, n. * * *
overfill
/oh'veuhr fil"/, v.t. 1. to fill too full, so as to cause overflowing. v.i. 2. to become too full. [1200-50; ME overfillen, OE oferfyllan. See OVER-, FILL] * * *
overfilter
v.t. * * *
overfish
/oh'veuhr fish"/, v.t. 1. to fish (an area) excessively; to exhaust the supply of usable fish in (certain waters): Scientists are concerned that fishing boats may overfish our ...
overfit
adj. * * *
overfix
v. * * *
overflap
/oh"veuhr flap'/, n. a protective paper cover for artwork, usually of kraft paper. [1685-95 for an earlier sense; OVER- + FLAP] * * *
overflat
adj.; overflatly, adv.; overflatness, n. * * *
overflatten
v.t. * * *
overflavor
v. * * *
overfleshed
adj. * * *
overflew
o·ver·flew (ō'vər-flo͞oʹ) v. Past tense of overfly. * * *
overflexion
n. * * *
overflight
/oh"veuhr fluyt'/, n. an air flight that passes over a specific area, country, or territory: Overflights of foreign aircraft are closely monitored. [1590-1600 as pertaining to ...
overflog
v.t., overflogged, overflogging. * * *
overflood
v. * * *
overflorid
adj.; overfloridly, adv.; overfloridness, n. * * *
overflour
v. * * *
overflow
—overflowable, adj. —overflowingly, adv. v. /oh'veuhr floh"/; n. /oh"veuhr floh'/, v., overflowed, overflown, overflowing, n. v.i. 1. to flow or run over, as rivers or water: ...
overfluency
n. * * *
overfluent
adj.; overfluently, adv.; overfluentness, n. * * *
overfly
/oh'veuhr fluy"/, v., overflew, overflown, overflying. v.t. 1. to fly over (a specified area, territory, country, etc.): The plane lost its way and overflew foreign territory. 2. ...
overfocus
v.t., overfocused, overfocusing or (esp. Brit.) overfocussed, overfocussing. * * *
overfond
adj.; overfondly, adv.; overfondness, n. * * *
overfondle
v., overfondled, overfondling. * * *
overfoolish
adj.; overfoolishly, adv.; overfoolishness, n. * * *
overforce
n. v., overforced, overforcing. * * *
overforged
adj. * * *
overformalize
v., overformalized, overformalizing. * * *
overformed
adj. * * *
overforward
adj.; overforwardly, adv.; overforwardness, n. * * *
overfoul
adj.; overfoully, adv.; overfoulness, n. * * *
overfragile
adj. * * *
overfragmented
adj. * * *
overfrail
adj.; overfrailly, adv.; overfrailness, n. * * *
overfrailty
n. * * *
overfranchised
adj. * * *
overfrank
adj.; overfrankly, adv.; overfrankness, n. * * *
overfraught
adj. * * *
overfree
adj.; overfreely, adv. * * *
overfreedom
n. * * *
overfreight
v.t. * * *
overfrequent
adj.; overfrequently, adv. * * *
overfrighten
v. * * *
overfrugal
adj.; overfrugally, adv. * * *
overfruitful
adj.; overfruitfully, adv.; overfruitfulness, n. * * *
overfulfill
v.t. * * *
overfull
—overfullness, n. /oh"veuhr fool"/, adj. excessively full: The auditorium was overfull. [bef. 1000; ME; OE oferfull. See OVER-, FULL1] * * *
overfunctioning
adj. * * *
overfund
n. v.t. * * *
overfurnish
v.t. * * *
overfussy
adj. * * *
overgamble
v.t., overgambled, overgambling. * * *
overgarment
/oh"veuhr gahr'meuhnt/, n. an outer garment. [1425-75; late ME; see OVER-, GARMENT] * * *
overgarnish
v.t. * * *
overgarrison
v.t. * * *
overgeneralization
/oh'veuhr jen'euhr euh leuh zay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or process of overgeneralizing. 2. the result of overgeneralizing. 3. Ling. (in language acquisition) the process of ...
overgeneralize
/oh'veuhr jen"euhr euh luyz'/, v.i., v.t., overgeneralized, overgeneralizing. to generalize beyond appropriate or justified limits. Also, esp. Brit., overgeneralise. [OVER- + ...
overgenerous
adj.; overgenerously, adv. * * *
overgenerously
overgenerously [spelling only] * * *
overgenial
adj.; overgenially, adv.; overgenialness, n. * * *
overgentle
adj. * * *
overgently
adv. * * *
overgesticulate
v., overgesticulated, overgesticulating. * * *
overgesticulative
adj.; overgesticulatively, adv. * * *
overgifted
adj. * * *
overgild
/oh'veuhr gild"/, v.t., overgilded or overgilt, overgilding. 1. to cover with gilding. 2. to tint with a golden color: morning sunlight that overgilds the rooftops. [bef. 1050; ...
overgird
v.t., overgirded or overgirt, overgirding. * * *
overglad
adj.; overgladly, adv. * * *
overglamorize
v.t., overglamorized, overglamorizing. * * *
overglamourize
v.t., overglamourized, overglamourizing. * * *
overglaze
n., adj. /oh"veuhr glayz'/; v. /oh'veuhr glayz", oh"veuhr glayz'/, n., v., overglazed, overglazing, adj. Ceram. n. 1. a color or glaze applied to an existing glaze. v.t. 2. to ...
overgloomily
adv. * * *
overgloomy
adj. * * *
overglut
v.t., overglutted, overglutting. * * *
overgovern
v.t. * * *
overgracious
adj.; overgraciously, adv.; overgraciousness, n. * * *
overgrade
v.t., overgraded, overgrading. * * *
overgraduated
adj. * * *
overgrasping
adj. * * *
overgrateful
adj.; overgratefully, adv.; overgratefulness, n. * * *
overgratify
v.t., overgratified, overgratifying. * * *
overgraze
/oh'veuhr grayz", oh"veuhr grayz'/, v.t., overgrazed, overgrazing. to graze (land) to excess. [OVER- + GRAZE1] * * *
overgreasy
adj. * * *
overgreat
adj.; overgreatly, adv.; overgreatness, n. * * *
overgreedily
adv. * * *
overgreedy
adj. * * *
overgrieve
v., overgrieved, overgrieving. * * *
overgrievous
adj.; overgrievously, adv.; overgrievousness, n. * * *
overgross
adj.; overgrossly, adv.; overgrossness, n. * * *
overgrow
/oh'veuhr groh", oh"veuhr groh'/, v., overgrew, overgrown, overgrowing. v.t. 1. to grow over; cover with a growth of something. 2. to grow beyond, grow too large for, or ...
overgrown
overgrown [ō΄vər grōn′] adj. 1. overspread with foliage 2. grown excessively or beyond normal size * * *
overgrowth
/oh"veuhr grohth'/, n. 1. a growth overspreading or covering something. 2. excessive growth: to prune a young tree so as to prevent overgrowth. [1595-1605; OVER- + GROWTH] * * *
overguilty
adj. * * *
overhand
/oh"veuhr hand'/, adj. 1. thrown or performed with the hand raised over the shoulder; overarm: overhand stroke. 2. with the hand and part or all of the arm raised above the ...
overhand knot
a simple knot of various uses that slips easily. Also called single knot. See illus. under knot. [1830-40] * * *
overhandicap
v.t., overhandicapped, overhandicapping. * * *
overhandknot
overhand knot © School Division, Houghton Mifflin Company n. A knot formed by making a loop in a piece of cord and pulling the end through it. Also called single knot. * * *
overhandle
v.t., overhandled, overhandling. * * *
overhang
v. /oh'veuhr hang"/; n. /oh"veuhr hang'/, v., overhung, overhanging, n. v.t. 1. to hang or be suspended over: A great chandelier overhung the ballroom. 2. to extend, project, or ...
overhappily
adv. * * *
overhappy
adj. * * *
overharass
v.t. * * *
overhard
adj.; overhardness, n. * * *
overharden
v. * * *
overhardy
adj. * * *
overharsh
adj.; overharshly, adv.; overharshness, n. * * *
overhasten
v. * * *
overhasty
—overhastily, adv. —overhastiness, n. /oh"veuhr hay"stee/, adj. excessively hasty; rash: overhasty judgment. [1375-1425; late ME; see OVER-, HASTY] * * *
overhaughtily
adv. * * *
overhaughty
adj. * * *
overhaul
—overhauler, n. v. /oh'veuhr hawl", oh"veuhr hawl'/; n. /oh"veuhr hawl'/, v.t. 1. to make necessary repairs on; restore to serviceable condition: My car was overhauled by an ...
overhauler
See overhaul. * * *
overhead
adv. /oh"veuhr hed"/; adj., n. /oh"veuhr hed'/, adv. 1. over one's head; aloft; up in the air or sky, esp. near the zenith: There was a cloud overhead. 2. so as to be completely ...
overhead camshaft
a camshaft in an automotive engine that is located in the cylinder head over the engine block rather than in the block. Abbr.: OHC [1910-15] * * *
overhead projector
☆ overhead projector n. a projector having a flat, transparent top on which a sheetlike transparency is placed, and an overhead mirror that reflects the image on the ...
overhead railway
Brit. See elevated railroad. * * *
overhead-valve engine
/oh"veuhr hed'valv"/. See I-head engine. [1965-70] * * *
overheadprojector
overhead projector n. A projector capable of projecting enlarged images of written or pictorial material onto a screen or wall from a transparency placed horizontally below the ...
overheady
adj. * * *
overheap
v.t. * * *
overhear
—overhearer, n. /oh'veuhr hear"/, v.t., overheard, overhearing. to hear (speech or a speaker) without the speaker's intention or knowledge: I accidentally overheard what they ...
overhearer
See overhear. * * *
overheartily
adv. * * *
overhearty
adj. * * *
overheat
/oh'veuhr heet"/, v.t. 1. to heat to excess. 2. to excite or agitate; make vehement: a crowd overheated by rabble-rousers. v.i. 3. to become overheated: a stove that overheats ...
overheavily
adv. * * *
overheavy
adj. * * *
overhelpful
adj.; overhelpfully, adv.; overhelpfulness, n. * * *
overhigh
adj.; overhighly, adv. * * *
overhit
/oh'veuhr hit"/, v.i., overhit, overhitting. Sports. to hit too hard or too far, as in tennis. [1810-20; OVER- + HIT] * * *
overhomely
adj. * * *
overhomogenize
v.t., overhomogenized, overhomogenizing. * * *
overhonest
adj.; overhonestly, adv.; overhonestness, n. * * *
overhonesty
n. * * *
overhonor
v.t. * * *
overhostile
adj.; overhostilely, adv. * * *
overhot
adj.; overhotly, adv. * * *
overhuge
adj.; overhugely, adv.; overhugeness, n. * * *
overhuman
adj. * * *
overhumane
adj. * * *
overhumanity
n. * * *
overhumanize
v., overhumanized, overhumanizing. * * *
overhumble
adj.; overhumbleness, n.; overhumbly, adv. * * *
overhung
v. /oh'veuhr hung"/; adj. /oh"veuhr hung'/, v. 1. pt. and pp. of overhang. adj. 2. hung or suspended from above: an overhung door. [1700-10; OVER- + HUNG] * * *
overhunt
v.t. * * *
overhurried
adj.; overhurriedly, adv. * * *
overhurry
v., overhurried, overhurrying. * * *
overhydrate
o·ver·hy·drate (ō'vər-hīʹdrāt) tr.v. o·ver·hy·drat·ed, o·ver·hy·drat·ing, o·ver·hy·drates To cause to take excessive fluids into the body, as through ...
overhydration
See overhydrate. * * *
overhype
v.t., overhyped, overhyping. * * *
overhysterical
adj. * * *
overidealism
n. * * *
overidealistic
adj. * * *
overidealize
v., overidealized, overidealizing. * * *
overidentify
v., overidentified, overidentifying. * * *
overidle
adj.; overidleness, n. * * *
overidly
adv. * * *
overidolatrous
adj.; overidolatrously, adv.; overidolatrousness, n. * * *
Overijssel
/oh'veuhr uy"seuhl/, n. a province in the E Netherlands. 985,569. Cap.: Zwolle. * * * ▪ province, The Netherlands       provincie (province), northeastern Netherlands, ...
overillustrate
v.t., overillustrated, overillustrating. * * *
overillustrative
adj.; overillustratively, adv. * * *
overimaginative
adj.; overimaginatively, adv.; overimaginativeness, n. * * *
overimitate
v.t., overimitated, overimitating. * * *
overimitative
adj.; overimitatively, adv.; overimitativeness, n. * * *
overimmunize
v.t., overimmunized, overimmunizing. * * *
overimport
v.t. * * *
overimpose
v.t., overimposed, overimposing. * * *


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