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overimpress
v.t. * * *
overimpressible
adj.; overimpressibly, adv. * * *
overimpressionable
adj.; overimpressionableness, n.; overimpressionably, adv. * * *
overinclinable
adj. * * *
overincline
v., overinclined, overinclining. * * *
overindex
v.t. * * *
overindexing
n. * * *
overindulge
—overindulgence, n. —overindulgent, adj. —overindulgently, adv. /oh'veuhr in dulj"/, v.t., v.i., overindulged, overindulging. to indulge to excess: to overindulge one's ...
overindulgence
overindulgence [ō΄vər in dul′jəns] n. excessive indulgence overindulgent adj. overindulgently adv. * * * See overindulge. * * *
overindulgent
See overindulgence. * * *
overindulgently
See overindulgence. * * *
overindustrialize
v., overindustrialized, overindustrializing. * * *
overinflate
v.t., overinflated, overinflating. * * *
overinfluence
v.t., overinfluenced, overinfluencing. * * *
overinfluential
adj. * * *
overinform
v.t. * * *
overingenious
adj.; overingeniously, adv.; overingeniousness, n. * * *
overinhibit
v.t. * * *
overinhibited
adj. * * *
overinsist
v.i. * * *
overinsistency
n., pl. overinsistencies. * * *
overinsistent
adj.; overinsistently, adv. * * *
overinsolent
adj.; overinsolently, adv. * * *
overinstruct
v.t. * * *
overinstructive
adj.; overinstructively, adv.; overinstructiveness, n. * * *
overinsure
v.t., overinsured, overinsuring. * * *
overintellectual
adj.; overintellectually, adv.; overintellectualness, n. * * *
overintellectualize
v., overintellectualized, overintellectualizing. * * *
overintense
adj.; overintensely, adv.; overintenseness, n. * * *
overintensify
v., overintensified, overintensifying. * * *
overinterest
n. * * *
overinterested
adj.; overinterestedly, adv.; overinterestedness, n. * * *
overinventoried
adj. * * *
overinvest
v. * * *
overinvolve
v.t., overinvolved, overinvolving. * * *
overiodize
v.t., overiodized, overiodizing. * * *
overirrigate
v.t., overirrigated, overirrigating. * * *
overissue
/oh"veuhr ish'ooh/ or, esp. Brit., /-is'yooh/, n. an excessive issue of stocks or bonds, as in excess of the needs of the business or in excess of charter ...
overjade
v.t., overjaded, overjading * * *
overjealous
adj.; overjealously, adv.; overjealousness, n. * * *
overjocular
adj.; overjocularly, adv. * * *
overjoy
—overjoyed, adj. /oh'veuhr joy"/, v.t. to cause to feel great joy or delight; elate: It overjoys me to hear of your good fortune. I was overjoyed at her safe ...
overjoyed
See overjoy. * * *
overjoyful
adj.; overjoyfully, adv.; overjoyfulness, n. * * *
overjoyous
adj.; overjoyously, adv.; overjoyousness, n. * * *
overjudicious
adj.; overjudiciously, adv.; overjudiciousness, n. * * *
overkeen
adj.; overkeenly, adv.; overkeenness, n. * * *
overkick
v.t. * * *
overkill
/oh"veuhr kil'/, n. 1. the capacity of a nation to destroy, by nuclear weapons, more of an enemy than would be necessary for a military victory. 2. an instance of such ...
overkind
adj.; overkindly, adv.; overkindness, n. * * *
overlabor
v.t. * * *
overlactate
v.i., overlactated, overlactating. * * *
overlade
/oh'veuhr layd"/, v.t., overladed, overladen or overladed, overlading. to overload (usually used in pp. overladen): a table overladen with rich food. [1175-1225; ME; see OVER-, ...
overladen
overladen [ō΄vər lād′'n] adj. having too heavy a load * * * o·ver·lad·en (ō'vər-lādʹn) adj. Loaded or burdened too heavily. * * *
overlaid
/oh'veuhr layd"/, v. pt. and pp. of overlay1. * * *
overlain
/oh'veuhr layn"/, v. pp. of overlie. * * *
overland
/oh"veuhr land', -leuhnd/, adv. 1. by land; on terrain: to travel overland rather than by sea. 2. over or across the land: a road that winds overland. adj. 3. proceeding, ...
Overland
/oh"veuhr leuhnd/, n. a city in E Missouri, near St. Louis. 19,620. * * *
overland mail
U.S. Hist. 1. a government mail service, started in 1848, for sending mail from the Mississippi to the Far West. 2. (caps.) a stagecoach line, established in 1858, linking ...
Overland Park
/oh'veuhr leuhnd/ a town in E Kansas, near Kansas City. 81,784. * * * ▪ Kansas, United States       city, Johnson county, northeastern Kansas, U.S. Located on a low ...
overland stage
a stagecoach used in the western U.S. during the middle of the 19th century. [1855-60] * * *
Overland Trail
/oh"veuhr land', -leuhnd/, U.S. Hist. any of various routes traveled by settlers from the Missouri River to Oregon and California beginning in the 1840s. Cf. Oregon Trail. * * *
OverlandPark
O·ver·land Park (ōʹvər-lənd) A city of northeast Kansas, a residential suburb of Kansas City. Population: 111,790. * * *
OverlandTrail
Overland Trail Any of several trails, such as the Oregon Trail or the Santa Fe Trail, of westward migration in the United States. The term is sometimes used to refer ...
overlap
v. /oh'veuhr lap"/; n. /oh"veuhr lap'/, v., overlapped, overlapping, n. v.t. 1. to lap over (something else or each other); extend over and cover a part of; imbricate. 2. to ...
overlard
v.t. * * *
overlarge
adj. * * *
overlascivious
adj.; overlasciviously, adv.; overlasciviousness, n. * * *
overlate
adj.; overlateness, n. * * *
overlather
v.t. * * *
overlaud
v.t. * * *
overlaudatory
adj. * * *
overlavish
adj.; overlavishly, adv.; overlavishness, n. * * *
overlax
adj.; overlaxly, adv.; overlaxness, n. * * *
overlay
overlay1 v. /oh'veuhr lay"/; n. /oh"veuhr lay'/, v., overlaid, overlaying, n. v.t. 1. to lay or place (one thing) over or upon another. 2. to cover, overspread, or surmount with ...
overlay glass.
See case glass. [1955-60] * * *
Overlea
/oh"veuhr lee/, n. a town in N Maryland, near Baltimore. 12,965. * * *
overleaf
/oh"veuhr leef'/, adv. on the other side of the page or sheet. [1605-15; OVER- + LEAF] * * *
overleap
/oh'veuhr leep"/, v.t., overleaped or overleapt, overleaping. 1. to leap over or across: to overleap a fence. 2. to overreach (oneself) by leaping too far: to overleap oneself ...
overlearn
/oh'veuhr lerrn"/, v.t., overlearned /-lerrnd"/ or overlearnt, overlearning. Educ. to learn or memorize beyond the point of proficiency or immediate recall. [1870-75; OVER- + ...
overlearned
adj.; overlearnedly, adv.; overlearnedness, n. * * *
overlegislate
v., overlegislated, overlegislating. * * *
overlend
v., overlent, overlending. * * *
overliberal
adj; overliberally, adv. * * *
overliberalize
v., overliberalized, overliberalizing. * * *
overlicentious
adj.; overlicentiously, adv.; overlicentiousness, n. * * *
overlie
/oh'veuhr luy"/, v.t., overlay, overlain, overlying. 1. to lie over or upon, as a covering or stratum. 2. to smother (an infant) by lying upon it, as in sleep. [1125-75; ME ...
overlight
adj.; overlightly, adv.; overlightness, n. n. * * *
overliking
n. * * *
overlimit
v.t. * * *
overline
/oh"veuhr luyn'/, n. Print., Journ. 1. a cutline, usually of one line, appearing over a picture, cartoon, etc. 2. kicker (def. 10). [1850-55; OVER- + LINE1] * * *
overlinger
v.i. * * *
overliteral
adj. * * *
overliterarily
adv. * * *
overliterary
adj. * * *
overlive
v., overlived, overliving. * * *
overlively
adj. * * *
overliver
n. * * *
overload
v. /oh'veuhr lohd"/; n. /oh"veuhr lohd'/, v.t. 1. to load to excess; overburden: Don't overload the raft or it will sink. n. 2. an excessive load. [1545-55; OVER- + LOAD] * * *
overloan
v.t., n. * * *
overloath
adj. * * *
overloftily
adv. * * *
overlofty
adj. * * *
overlogical
adj.; overlogically, adv.; overlogicalness, n. * * *
overlong
adj., adv. * * *
overlook
v. /oh'veuhr look"/; n. /oh"veuhr look'/, v.t. 1. to fail to notice, perceive, or consider: to overlook a misspelled word. 2. to disregard or ignore indulgently, as faults or ...
overloose
adj.; overloosely, adv.; overlooseness, n. * * *
overlord
—overlordship, n. /oh"veuhr lawrd'/, n. 1. a person who is lord over another or over other lords: to obey the will of one's sovereign and overlord. 2. a person of great ...
overlordship
See overlord. * * *
overloud
adj.; overloudly, adv.; overloudness, n. * * *
overlove
v., overloved, overloving. * * *
overlowness
n. * * *
overloyal
adj.; overloyally, adv. * * *
overloyalty
n., pl. overloyalties. * * *
overlubricate
v.t., overlubricated, overlubricating. * * *
overluscious
adj.; overlusciously, adv.; overlusciousness, n. * * *
overlush
adj.; overlushly, adv.; overlushness, n. * * *
overlusty
adj. * * *
overluxuriant
adj.; overluxuriantly, adv. * * *
overluxurious
adj.; overluxuriously, adv.; ness, n. * * *
overly
/oh"veuhr lee/, adv. excessively; too: a voyage not overly dangerous. [bef. 1050; ME; OE oferlice. See OVER, -LY] Syn. needlessy, immoderately, inordinately. * * *
overlying
/oh'veuhr luy"ing/, v. ppr. of overlie. * * *
overmagnetic
adj. * * *
overmagnify
v.t., overmagnified, overmagnifying. * * *
overman
n. /oh"veuhr meuhn/ for 1, /oh"veuhr man'/ for 2; v. /oh'veuhr man"/, n., pl. overmen /-meuhn/ for 1; /-men'/ for 2, v., overmanned, overmanning. n. 1. a foreman, supervisor, or ...
overmanage
v.t., overmanaged, overmanaging. * * *
overmannered
adj. * * *
overmantel
/oh"veuhr man'tl/, adj. 1. situated above a mantelpiece. n. 2. an ornament or panel situated above a mantelpiece. [1880-85; OVER- + MANTEL] * * *
overmany
adj. * * *
overmarch
v. * * *
overmast
v.t. * * *
overmaster
—overmasteringly, adv. /oh'veuhr mas"teuhr, -mah"steuhr/, v.t. to gain mastery over; conquer; overpower: The sudden impulse had quite overmastered me. [1300-50; ME; see OVER-, ...
overmasterful
adj.; overmasterfully, adv.; overmasterfulness, n. * * *
overmatch
/oh'veuhr mach"/, v.t. 1. to be more than a match for; surpass; defeat: an assignment that clearly overmatched his abilities; an able task force that overmatched the enemy ...
overmatter
/oh"veuhr mat'euhr/, n. Print. overset (def. 6). [1885-90; OVER- + MATTER] * * *
overmature
adj.; overmaturely, adv.; overmatureness, n. * * *
overmaturity
n. * * *
overmean
adj.; overmeanly, adv.; overmeanness, n. * * *
overmeasure
/oh"veuhr mezh'euhr/, n. an excessive or surplus measure or amount: an overmeasure of exuberance. [1575-85; OVER- + MEASURE] * * *
overmeddle
v.i., overmeddled, overmeddling. * * *
overmedicate
v.t., overmedicated, overmedicating. * * *
overmeek
adj.; overmeekly, adv.; overmeekness, n. * * *
overmellow
adj.; overmellowly, adv.; overmellowness, n. * * *
overmelodious
adj.; overmelodiously, adv.; overmelodiousness, n. * * *
overmelt
v., overmelted, overmelted or overmolten, overmelting. * * *
overmerciful
adj.; overmercifully, adv.; overmercifulness, n. * * *
overmerit
v. * * *
overmerrily
adv. * * *
overmerry
adj. * * *
overmettled
adj. * * *
overmighty
adj. * * *
overmild
adj. * * *
overmilk
v. * * *
overmill
v.t. * * *
overmine
v., overmined, overmining. * * *
overminute
adj.; overminutely, adv.; overminuteness, n. * * *
overmitigate
v., overmitigated, overmitigating. * * *
overmix
v. * * *
overmobilize
v., overmobilized, overmobilizing. * * *
overmodernize
v., overmodernized, overmodernizing. * * *
overmodest
adj.; overmodestly, adv. * * *
overmodesty
n. * * *
overmodify
v., overmodified, overmodifying. * * *
overmodulation
/oh"veuhr moj'euh lay"sheuhn/, n. Radio. excessive amplitude modulation, resulting in distortion of a signal. [1925-30; OVER- + MODULATION] * * *
overmoist
adj. * * *
overmoisten
v. * * *
overmonopolize
v.t., overmonopolized, overmonopolizing. * * *
overmoral
adj.; overmorally, adv. * * *
overmoralistic
adj. * * *
overmoralize
v., overmoralized, overmoralizing. * * *
overmortgage
v., overmortgaged, overmortgaging. * * *
overmourn
v. * * *
overmournful
adj.; overmournfully, adv.; overmournfulness, n. * * *
overmuch
/oh"veuhr much"/, adj., n., adv. too much: He didn't show overmuch concern. We tried not to regret it overmuch. [1250-1300; ME; see OVER-, MUCH] * * *
overmultiply
v., overmultiplied, overmultiplying. * * *
overmuscled
adj. * * *
overmystify
v.t., overmystified, overmystifying. * * *
overnarrow
adj.; overnarrowly, adv.; overnarrowness, n. * * *
overnationalize
v.t., overnationalized, overnationalizing. * * *
overnear
adj., adv.; overnearness, n. * * *
overneat
adj.; overneatly, adv.; overneatness, n. * * *
overneglect
v.t. * * *
overneglectful
adj.; overneglectfully, adv.; overneglectfulness, n. * * *
overnegligent
adj.; overnegligently, adv. * * *
overnervous
adj.; overnervously, adv.; overnervousness, n. * * *
overneutralize
v.t., overneutralized, overneutralizing. * * *
overnice
adj.; overnicely, adv.; overniceness, n. * * *
overnicety
n., pl. overniceties. * * *
overnight
adv. /oh"veuhr nuyt"/; adj., n. /oh"veuhr nuyt'/; v. /oh'veuhr nuyt"/, adv. 1. for or during the night: to stay overnight. 2. on or during the previous evening: Preparations were ...
overnight bag
a travel bag large enough to hold personal articles and clothing for an overnight trip. Also called overnight case. [1920-25] * * *
overnight telegram
1. a type of domestic telegram sent at a reduced rate with a minimum charge for 10 words or less and accepted until midnight for delivery the following day. 2. the service ...
overnightbag
overnight bag n. A small piece of luggage used to carry items needed for an overnight stay. Also called overnight case. * * *
overnighter
/oh'veuhr nuy"teuhr/, n. 1. an overnight stay or trip. 2. a traveler or visitor making an overnight stay. 3. something serving overnight travel, as a special train or an ...
overnoble
adj.; overnobleness, n.; overnobly, adv. * * *
overnormal
adj.; overnormally, adv. * * *
overnormalize
v.t., overnormalized, overnormalizing. * * *
overnourish
v.t. * * *
overnumerous
adj.; overnumerously, adv.; overnumerousness, n. * * *
overnurse
v.t., overnursed, overnursing. * * *
overnutrition
/oh'veuhr nooh trish"euhn, -nyooh-/, n. the excessive intake of food, esp. in unbalanced proportions. [1895-1900; OVER- + NUTRITION] * * *
overobedient
adj.; overobediently, adv. * * *
overobese
adj.; overobesely, adv.; overobeseness, n. * * *
overobesity
n. * * *
overobject
v. * * *
overobjectify
v.t., overobjectified, overobjectifying. * * *
overobsequious
adj.; overobsequiously, adv.; overobsequiousness, n. * * *
overobvious
adj. * * *


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