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overoccupied
adj. * * *
overoffend
v.t. * * *
overoffensive
adj.; overoffensively, adv.; overoffensiveness, n. * * *
overofficious
adj.; overofficiously, adv.; overofficiousness, n. * * *
overopinionated
adj.; overopinionatedly, adv.; overopinionatedness, n. * * *
overoptimism
n. * * *
overoptimist
n. * * *
overoptimistic
adj. * * *
overorchestrate
v., overorchestrated, overorchestrating. * * *
overorganize
—overorganization, n. —overorganizer, n. /oh'veuhr awr"geuh nuyz'/, v.t., overorganized, overorganizing. v.t. 1. to stress formal structure, status, rules, and details ...
overornament
v.t. * * *
overornamental
adj.; overornamentally, adv. * * *
overoxidize
v. overoxidized, overoxidizing. * * *
overpack
v. * * *
overpained
adj. * * *
overpainful
adj.; overpainfully, adv.; overpainfulness, n. * * *
overpamper
v.t. * * *
overpark
v. * * *
overpartial
adj.; overpartially, adv.; overpartialness, n. * * *
overparticular
adj.; overparticularly, adv. * * *
overpass
n. /oh"veuhr pas', -pahs'/; v. /oh'veuhr pas", -pahs"/, n., v., overpassed or overpast, overpassing. n. 1. a road, pedestrian walkway, railroad, bridge, etc., crossing over some ...
overpassionate
adj.; overpassionately, adv.; overpassionateness, n. * * *
overpatient
adj. * * *
overpatriotic
adj. * * *
overpay
—overpayment /oh'veuhr pay"meuhnt, oh"veuhr pay'meuhnt/, n. /oh'veuhr pay"/, v.t., overpaid, overpaying. 1. to pay more than (an amount due): I received a credit after ...
overpayment
See overpay. * * *
overpenalize
v.t., overpenalized, overpenalizing. * * *
overpensive
adj.; overpensively, adv.; overpensiveness, n. * * *
overpeople
/oh'veuhr pee"peuhl/, v.t., overpeopled, overpeopling. to overpopulate: The town has been overpeopled by those leaving the farms. [1675-85; OVER- + PEOPLE] * * *
overperemptorily
adv.; overperemptorilyness, n. * * *
overperemptory
adj. * * *
overperform
v. * * *
overpersecute
v.t., overpersecuted, overpersecuting. * * *
overpersuade
—overpersuasion, n. /oh'veuhr peuhr swayd"/, v.t., overpersuaded, overpersuading. 1. to persuade (a person) against his or her inclination or intention: By threats and taunts ...
overpersuasion
See overpersuade. * * *
overpessimistic
adj. * * *
overpet
v.t., overpetted, overpetting. * * *
overphilosophize
v.i., overphilosophized, overphilosophizing. * * *
overpictorialize
v., overpictorialized, overpictorializing. * * *
overpiteous
adj.; overpiteously, adv.; overpiteousness, n. * * *
overplain
adj.; overplainly, adv.; overplainness, n. * * *
overplan
v., overplanned, overplanning. * * *
overplant
v.t. * * *
overplausible
adj.; overplausibleness, n.; overplausibly, adv. * * *
overplay
/oh'veuhr play"/, v.t. 1. to exaggerate or overemphasize (one's role in a play, an emotion, an effect, etc.): The young actor overplayed Hamlet shamelessly. The director of the ...
overplease
v., overpleased, overpleasing. * * *
overplenteous
adj.; ly, adv.; overplenteousness, n. * * *
overplentiful
adj.; overplentifully, adv.; overplentifulness, n. * * *
overplenty
n. * * *
overplot
v., overplotted, overplotting. * * *
overplow
v. * * *
overplump
adj.; overplumpness, n. * * *
overplus
/oh"veuhr plus'/, n. an excess over a particular amount; surplus: After the harvest the overplus was distributed among the tenantry. [1350-1400; ME; partial trans. of OF surplus ...
overply
v., overplied, overplying. * * *
overpoeticize
v., overpoeticized, overpoeticizing. * * *
overpolemical
adj.; overpolemically, adv. * * *
overpolice
v.t., overpoliced, overpolicing. * * *
overpolish
v.t. * * *
overpolitic
adj. * * *
overpolitical
adj.; overpolitically, adv. * * *
overpollinate
v.t. overpollinated, overpollinating. * * *
overponderous
adj.; overponderously, adv.; overponderousness, n. * * *
overpopular
adj.; overpopularly, adv. * * *
overpopulate
—overpopulation, n. /oh'veuhr pop"yeuh layt'/, v.t., overpopulated, overpopulating. to fill with an excessive number of people, straining available resources and facilities: ...
overpopulation
o·ver·pop·u·la·tion (ō'vər-pŏp'yə-lāʹshən) n. Excessive population of an area to the point of overcrowding, depletion of natural resources, or environmental ...
overpopulous
adj.; overpopulously, adv.; overpopulousness, n. * * *
overpositive
adj.; overpositively, adv.; overpositiveness, n. * * *
overpotency
n. * * *
overpotent
adj.; overpotently, adv.; overpotentness, n. * * *
overpotential
/oh"veuhr peuh ten'sheuhl/, n. Elect. overvoltage. [1915-20; OVER- + POTENTIAL] * * *
overpower
/oh'veuhr pow"euhr/, v.t. 1. to overcome, master, or subdue by superior force: to overpower a maniac. 2. to overcome or overwhelm in feeling; affect or impress excessively: ...
overpowerful
adj.; overpowerfully, adv.; overpowerfulness, n. * * *
overpowering
—overpoweringly, adv. —overpoweringness, n. /oh'veuhr pow"euhr ing/, adj. that overpowers; overwhelming: an overpowering conviction of the truth. [1690-1700; OVERPOWER + ...
overpoweringly
See overpowering. * * *
overpractice
v.t., overpracticed, overpracticing. * * *
overpraise
/oh"veuhr prayz"/, v., overpraised, overpraising, n. v.t. 1. to praise excessively or unduly. n. 2. excessive or undeserved praise. [1350-1400; ME overpreisen (v.); see OVER-, ...
overprecise
adj.; overprecisely, adv.; overpreciseness, n. * * *
overpreoccupy
v.t., overpreoccupied, overpreoccupying. * * *
overprescribe
v., overprescribed, overprescribing. * * *
overprescription
See overprescribe. * * *
overpress
v.t. * * *
overpressure
—overpressurization, n. /oh'veuhr presh"euhr/, n., v., overpressured, overpressuring. n. 1. pressure in excess of normal atmospheric pressure, as that caused by an explosion's ...
overpressurization
See overpressure. * * *
overpresumptive
adj.; overpresumptively, adv. * * *
overpresumptuous
adj.; overpresumptuously, adv.; overpresumptuousness, n. * * *
overprice
/oh'veuhr pruys"/, v.t., overpriced, overpricing. to price excessively high; set too high a price on. [1595-1605; OVER- + PRICE] * * *
overprint
v. /oh'veuhr print"/; n. /oh"veuhr print'/, v.t. 1. Print. to print additional material or another color on a form or sheet previously printed. n. 2. Print. a quantity of ...
overprivileged
overprivileged [spelling only] * * * o·ver·priv·i·leged (ō'vər-prĭvʹə-lĭjd) adj. Having an excess of opportunities or advantages.   o'ver·privʹi·leged n. * * *
overprize
/oh'veuhr pruyz"/, v.t., overprized, overprizing. to prize too highly; overvalue. [1580-90; OVER- + PRIZE2] * * *
overprocess
v.t. * * *
overproduce
—overproducer, n. /oh'veuhr preuh doohs", -dyoohs"/, v.t., v.i., overproduced, overproducing. to produce in excess of need or stipulated amount. [1890-95; OVER- + PRODUCE] * * *
overproducer
See overproduce. * * *
overproduction
/oh"veuhr preuh duk"sheuhn/, n. excessive production; production in excess of need or stipulated amount. [1815-25; OVER- + PRODUCTION] * * *
overproficient
adj.; overproficiently, adv. * * *
overprolific
adj.; overprolificness, n. * * *
overprolix
adj.; overprolixly, adv.; overprolixness, n. * * *
overprominent
adj.; overprominently, adv. * * *
overpromise
v.t., overpromised, overpromising. * * *
overprompt
adj.; overpromptly, adv.; overpromptness, n. * * *
overprone
adj.; overproneness, n. * * *
overpronounce
—overpronunciation /oh"veuhr preuh nun'see ay"sheuhn/, n. /oh'veuhr preuh nowns"/, v., overpronounced, overpronouncing. v.t. 1. to pronounce (a word, syllable, etc.) in an ...
overproof
/oh"veuhr proohf"/, adj. containing a greater proportion of alcohol than proof spirit does. [1800-10; OVER- + PROOF] * * *
overproportion
—overproportionate, adj. —overproportionately, adv. —overproportioned, adj. v. /oh'veuhr preuh pawr"sheuhn, -pohr"-/; n. /oh"veuhr preuh pawr"sheuhn, -pohr"-/, v.t. 1. to ...
overproportionate
See overproportion. * * *
overproportionately
See overproportionate. * * *
overprosperous
adj.; overprosperously, adv.; overprosperousness, n. * * *
overprotect
v.t. * * *
overprotective
—overprotectiveness, n. /oh'veuhr preuh tek"tiv/, adj. unduly protective. [1925-30; OVER- + PROTECTIVE] * * *
overprotectiveness
See overprotection. * * *
overprotract
v.t. * * *
overproud
—overproudly, adv. /oh"veuhr prowd"/, adj. excessively proud. [bef. 1050; ME over prowde, OE ofer-prut. See OVER-, PROUD] * * *
overprove
v.t., overproved, overproved or overproven, overproving. * * *
overprovide
v.t., overprovided, overproviding. * * *
overprovident
adj.; overprovidently, adv.; overprovidentness, n. * * *
overprovoke
v., overprovoked, overprovoking. * * *
overprune
v.t., overpruned, overpruning. * * *
overpsychologize
v., overpsychologized, overpsychologizing. * * *
overpublicize
v.t., overpublicized, overpublicizing. * * *
overpuissant
adj.; overpuissantly, adv. * * *
overpump
v. * * *
overpunish
v. * * *
overpurchase
v.t., overpurchased, overpurchasing. * * *
overqualified
/oh"veuhr kwol"euh fuyd'/, adj. having more education, training, or experience than is required for a job or position. [1950-55; OVER- + QUALIFIED] * * *
overqualify
v., overqualified, overqualifying. * * *
overquick
—overquickly, adv. /oh"veuhr kwik"/, adj. too quick: Let's not be overquick to criticize. [1530-40; OVER- + QUICK] * * *
overquiet
adj.; overquietly, adv.; overquietness, n. * * *
overrake
/oh'veuhr rayk"/, v.t., overraked, overraking. Naut. (of water) to break over the bow of (a ship) in a solid mass. [1590-1600; OVER- + RAKE1] * * *
overran
/oh'veuhr ran"/, v. pt. of overrun. * * *
overrank
v.t., adj.; overrankness, n. * * *
overrash
adj.; overrashly, adv.; overrashness, n. * * *
overrate
/oh'veuhr rayt"/, v.t., overrated, overrating. to rate or appraise too highly; overestimate: I think you overrate their political influence. [1580-90; OVER- + RATE1] Syn. ...
overrational
adj.; overrationally, adv. * * *
overrationalize
v., overrationalized, overrationalizing. * * *
overreach
—overreacher, n. /oh'veuhr reech"/, v.t. 1. to reach or extend over or beyond: The shelf overreached the nook and had to be planed down. 2. to go beyond, as a thing aimed at or ...
overreacher
See overreach. * * *
overreact
—overreaction, n. /oh'veuhr ree akt"/, v.i. to react or respond more strongly than is necessary or appropriate. [1960-65; OVER- + REACT] * * *
overreaction
See overreact. * * *
overreactive
adj. * * *
overreadily
adv. * * *
overready
adj. * * *
overrealism
n. * * *
overrealistic
adj. * * *
overreduce
v., overreduced, overreducing. * * *
overrefine
/oh'veuhr ri fuyn"/, v.t., overrefined, overrefining. to refine excessively, as with oversubtle distinctions. [1705-15; OVER- + REFINE] * * *
overrefined
overrefined [spelling only] * * * See overrefine. * * *
overrefinement
/oh"veuhr ri fuyn"meuhnt/, n. excessive or unnecessary refinement. [1705-15; OVER- + REFINEMENT] * * *
overreflective
adj.; overreflectively, adv.; overreflectiveness, n. * * *
overregiment
v.t. * * *
overregulate
v., overregulated, overregulating. * * *
overrelax
v. * * *
overreliance
n. * * *
overreliant
adj. * * *
overreligious
adj.; overreligiously, adv. * * *
overremiss
adj.; overremissly, adv.; overremissness, n. * * *
overreport
v. * * *
overrepresent
v.t. * * *
overrepresentative
adj.; overrepresentatively, adv.; overrepresentativeness, n. * * *
overrepresented
o·ver·rep·re·sent·ed (ō'vər-rĕp'rĭ-zĕnʹtĭd) adj. Represented in excessive or disproportionately large numbers: “Some groups, and most notably some races, may be ...
overrepress
v.t. * * *
overreprimand
v.t. * * *
overreserved
adj.; overreservedly, adv.; overreservedness, n. * * *
overresist
v. * * *
overresolute
adj.; overresolutely, adv.; overresoluteness, n. * * *
overrespond
v. * * *
overrestrain
v.t. * * *
overrestrict
v.t. * * *
overreward
v. * * *
overrich
adj.; overrichly, adv.; overrichness, n. * * *
override
v. /oh'veuhr ruyd"/; n. /oh"veuhr ruyd'/, v., overrode, overridden, overriding, n. v.t. 1. to prevail or have dominance over; have final authority or say over; overrule: to ...
overriding
/oh'veuhr ruy"ding/, adj. taking precedence over all other considerations. [1820-30; OVERRIDE + -ING2] * * *
overridingly
See overriding. * * *
overrife
adj. * * *
overrigged
adj. * * *
overrighteous
adj.; overrighteously, adv.; overrighteousness, n. * * *
overrigid
adj.; overrigidly, adv.; overrigidness, n. * * *
overrigidity
n. * * *
overrigorous
adj.; overrigorously, adv.; overrigorousness, n. * * *
overripe
—overripely, adv. —overripeness, n. /oh"veuhr ruyp"/, adj. too ripe; more than ripe: overripe tomatoes. [1665-75; OVER- + RIPE] * * *
overripely
See overripe. * * *
overripen
v. * * *
overripeness
See overripely. * * *
overroast
v. * * *
overrode
o·ver·rode (ō'vər-rōdʹ) v. Past tense of override. * * *
overromanticize
v., overromanticized, overromanticizing. * * *
overrouge
v., overrouged, overrouging. * * *
overrough
adj.; overroughly, adv.; overroughness, n. * * *
overrude
adj.; overrudely, adv.; overrudeness, n. * * *
overruff
v. /oh'veuhr ruf"/; n. /oh"veuhr ruf'/, Cards. v.t., v.i. 1. to overtrump. n. 2. the act of overtrumping. [1805-15; OVER- + RUFF2] * * *
overrule
—overruler, n. —overrulingly, adv. /oh'veuhr roohl"/, v.t., overruled, overruling. 1. to rule against or disallow the arguments of (a person): The senator was overruled by ...
overrun
v. /oh'veuhr run"/; n. /oh"veuhr run'/, v., overran, overrun, overrunning, n. v.t. 1. to rove over (a country, region, etc.); invade; ravage: a time when looting hordes had ...
oversacrificial
adj.; oversacrificially, adv. * * *
oversad
adj.; oversadly, adv.; oversadness, n. * * *
oversalt
v.t. * * *
oversalty
adj. * * *
oversanguine
adj.; oversanguinely, adv.; oversanguineness, n. * * *
oversate
v.t., oversated, oversating. * * *
oversatiety
n. * * *
oversaturate
v.t., oversaturated, oversaturating. * * *
oversauce
v.t., oversauced, oversaucing. * * *
oversaucy
adj. * * *
oversaw
o·ver·saw (ō'vər-sôʹ) v. Past tense of oversee. * * *
overscale
/oh"veuhr skayl"/, adj. larger or more extensive than normal or usual; outsize; oversize. [OVER- + SCALE3] * * *
overscented
adj. * * *
oversceptical
adj.; oversceptically, adv.; overscepticalness, n. * * *
overscore
/oh'veuhr skawr", -skohr"/, v.t., overscored, overscoring. to score over, as with strokes or lines. [1840-50; OVER- + SCORE] * * *
overscrub
v., overscrubbed, overscrubbing. * * *
overscruple
v., overscrupled, overscrupling. * * *
overscrupulous
—overscrupulously, adv. —overscrupulousness, n. /oh"veuhr skrooh"pyeuh leuhs/, adj. excessively scrupulous. [1590-1600; OVER- + SCRUPULOUS] * * *
oversea
o·ver·sea (ō'vər-sēʹ, ōʹvər-sē') adv. & adj. Overseas. * * *
overseas
adv., n. /oh'veuhr seez"/; adj. /oh"veuhr seez"/, adv. 1. over, across, or beyond the sea; abroad: to be sent overseas. adj. 2. of or pertaining to passage over the sea: overseas ...
overseas cap
Mil. a wedge-shaped cap of cotton or woolen fabric, worn as part of the service uniform. Also called flight cap, garrison cap. * * *
Overseas Surveys, Directorate of
▪ British agency       surveying, mapping (map), and aerial photography agency of the Overseas Development Administration (ODA) of the United Kingdom, founded in 1946 to ...
overseas territory
(also dependent territory, Crown Colony) n any of several small territories (mainly islands or groups of islands) which have a governor appointed by the British government. ...
overseascap
overseas cap n. See garrison cap. * * *
overseason
v.t. * * *
oversecrete
v.t., oversecreted, oversecreting. * * *
oversecularize
v.t., oversecularized, oversecularizing. * * *
oversecure
adj., v.t., oversecured, oversecuring; oversecurely, adv. * * *
oversecurity
n. * * *
oversedation
n. * * *
oversee
/oh'veuhr see"/, v.t., oversaw, overseen, overseeing. 1. to direct (work or workers); supervise; manage: He was hired to oversee the construction crews. 2. to see or observe ...
overseed
v. * * *
overseer
/oh"veuhr see'euhr, -sear'/, n. a person who oversees; supervisor; manager: the overseer of a plantation. [1350-1400; ME; see OVERSEE, -ER1] Syn. chief, head, boss, director. * * ...


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