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oversell
/oh'veuhr sel"/, v., oversold, overselling. v.t. 1. to sell more of (a stock, product, etc.) than can be delivered. 2. to sell aggressively, as by using high-pressure ...
oversensible
adj.; oversensibleness, n.; oversensibly, adv. * * *
oversensitive
—oversensitivity, oversensitiveness, n. /oh"veuhr sen"si tiv/, adj. excessively or unduly sensitive. [1840-50; OVER- + SENSITIVE] * * *
oversensitiveness
See oversensitive. * * *
oversensitivity
See oversensitiveness. * * *
oversensitize
v., oversensitized, oversensitizing. * * *
oversentimental
adj.; oversentimentally, adv. * * *
oversentimentalize
v., oversentimentalized, oversentimentalizing. * * *
overserene
adj.; overserenely, adv. * * *
overserenity
n. * * *
overserious
adj.; overseriously, adv.; overseriousness, n. * * *
overserve
v.t. * * *
overservice
v.t., overserviced, overservicing. * * *
overservile
adj.; overservilely, adv.; overservileness, n. * * *
overset
—oversetter, n. v. /oh'veuhr set"/; n. /oh"veuhr set'/, v., overset, oversetting, n. v.t. 1. to upset or overturn; overthrow. 2. to throw into confusion; disorder physically or ...
oversettle
v., oversettled, oversettling. * * *
oversevere
adj.; overseverely, adv.; oversevereness, n. * * *
overseverity
n. * * *
oversew
/oh"veuhr soh', oh'veuhr soh"/, v.t., oversewed, oversewn or oversewed, oversewing. to sew with stitches passing successively over an edge, esp. closely, so as to cover the edge ...
oversexed
/oh"veuhr sekst"/, adj. having an unusually strong sexual drive. [1895-1900; OVER- + SEXED] * * *
overshade
/oh'veuhr shayd"/, v.t., overshaded, overshading. 1. to cast shade over. 2. to make dark or gloomy. [1580-90; OVER- + SHADE] * * *
overshadow
—overshadower, n. —overshadowingly, adv. /oh'veuhr shad"oh/, v.t. 1. to be more important or significant by comparison: For years he overshadowed his brother. 2. to cast a ...
oversharp
adj. * * *
overshine
/oh'veuhr shuyn"/, v.t., overshone or overshined, overshining. 1. to outshine: One star seemed to overshine all others. 2. to surpass in splendor, excellence, etc.: Her singing ...
overshipment
n. * * *
overshirt
/oh"veuhr sherrt'/, n. a pullover sport shirt, worn outside the waistband of a skirt or pair of slacks. [1795-1805; OVER- + SHIRT] * * *
overshoe
/oh"veuhr shooh'/, n. a shoe or boot usually worn over another for protection in wet or cold weather, esp. a waterproof outer shoe. Cf. galosh. [1570-80; OVER- + SHOE] * * *
overshoot
v. /oh'veuhr shooht"/; n. /oh"veuhr shooht'/, v., overshot, overshooting, n. v.t. 1. to shoot or go over, beyond, or above; miss: The missile overshot its target. 2. to pass or ...
overshort
adj.; overshortness, n. * * *
overshorten
v. * * *
overshot
adj., n. /oh"veuhr shot'/; v. /oh'veuhr shot"/, adj. 1. driven over the top of, as by water passing over from above. 2. having the upper jaw projecting beyond the lower, as a ...
overshot wheel
a water wheel in which the water enters the buckets tangentially near the top of the wheel. [1665-75] * * *
overshrink
v., overshrank or, often, overshrunk; overshrunk or overshrunken; overshrinking. * * *
overside
/oh"veuhr suyd'/, adv. 1. over the side, as of a ship. 2. on the opposite side (of a phonograph record): Overside we are given an example of early Ellington. adj. 3. effected ...
oversight
/oh"veuhr suyt'/, n. 1. an omission or error due to carelessness: My bank statement is full of oversights. 2. unintentional failure to notice or consider; lack of proper ...
oversilence
n. * * *
oversilent
adj.; oversilently, adv.; oversilentness, n. * * *
oversimple
adj.; oversimpleness, n.; oversimply, adv. * * *
oversimplification
See oversimplify. * * *
oversimplifier
See oversimplification. * * *
oversimplify
—oversimplification, n. /oh'veuhr sim"pleuh fuy'/, v.t., v.i., oversimplified, oversimplifying. to simplify to the point of error, distortion, or misrepresentation. [1920-25; ...
oversimply
See oversimple. * * *
oversize
adj. /oh"veuhr suyz"/; n. /oh"veuhr suyz'/, adj. Also, oversized. 1. of excessive size; unusually large: an oversize cigar. 2. of a size larger than is necessary or ...
overskeptical
adj.; overskeptically, adv.; overskepticalness, n. * * *
overskilled
adj. * * *
overskirt
/oh"veuhr skerrt'/, n. 1. an outer skirt. 2. a skirt worn over the skirt of a dress and caught up or draped to reveal it. [1865-70, Amer.; OVER- + SKIRT] * * *
overslack
adj. * * *
overslaugh
/oh'veuhr slaw"/, v.t. to pass over or disregard (a person) by giving a promotion, position, etc., to another instead. [1765-75; < D overslaan, equiv. to over- OVER- + slaan to ...
overslavish
adj.; overslavishly, adv.; overslavishness, n. * * *
oversleep
/oh'veuhr sleep"/, v., overslept, oversleeping. v.i. 1. to sleep beyond the proper or intended time of waking: He overslept and missed his train. v.t. 2. to sleep beyond (a ...
overslight
adj. * * *
overslip
/oh'veuhr slip"/, v.t., overslipped or overslipt, overslipping. Obs. 1. to leave out; miss. 2. to elude; evade. [1375-1425; late ME; see OVER-, SLIP1] * * *
overslow
adj.; overslowly, adv.; overslowness, n. * * *
oversmooth
adj.; oversmoothly, adv.; oversmoothness, n. * * *
oversoak
v. * * *
oversoap
v.t. * * *
oversocial
adj.; oversocially, adv. * * *
oversocialize
v.t., oversocialized, oversocializing. * * *
oversoft
adj.; oversoftly, adv.; oversoftness, n. * * *
oversoften
v. * * *
oversold
/oh'veuhr sohld"/, v. 1. pt. and pp. of oversell. adj. 2. marked by prices considered unjustifiably low because of heavy and extensive selling: The stock market is oversold. Cf. ...
oversolemn
adj.; oversolemnly, adv.; oversolemnness, n. * * *
oversolicitous
/oh"veuhr seuh lis"i teuhs/, adj. too solicitous: oversolicitous concerning one's health. [1655-65; OVER- + SOLICITOUS] * * *
oversolidify
v.t., oversolidified, oversolidifying. * * *
oversoothing
adj.; oversoothingly, adv. * * *
oversorrowful
adj.; oversorrowfully, adv.; oversorrowfulness, n. * * *
oversoul
/oh"veuhr sohl'/, n. Philos. (esp. in transcendentalism) a supreme reality or mind; the spiritual unity of all being. [1841-44, Amer.; OVER- + SOUL] * * *
oversour
adj.; oversourly, adv.; oversourness, n. * * *
overspacious
adj.; overspaciously, adv.; overspaciousness, n. * * *
oversparing
adj.; oversparingly, adv.; oversparingness, n. * * *
overspecialization
/oh"veuhr spesh'euh leuh zay"sheuhn/, n. excessive specialization, as in a field of study. [1930-35; OVER- + SPECIALIZATION] * * *
overspecialize
v., overspecialized, overspecializing. * * *
overspecialized
See overspecialization. * * *
overspeculate
v.i., overspeculated, overspeculating. * * *
overspeculative
adj.; overspeculatively, adv.; overspeculativeness, n. * * *
overspeed
v., oversped or overspeeded, overspeeding. * * *
overspeedily
adv. * * *
overspeedy
adj. * * *
overspend
/oh'veuhr spend"/, v., overspent, overspending. v.i. 1. to spend more than one can afford: Receiving a small inheritance, she began to overspend alarmingly. v.t. 2. to spend in ...
overspender
See overspend. * * *
overspice
v., overspiced, overspicing. * * *
overspill
v. /oh'veuhr spil"/; n. /oh"veuhr spil'/, v., overspilled or overspilt, overspilling, n. v.i. 1. to spill over. n. 2. the act of spilling over. 3. something that spills over. 4. ...
overspin
/oh"veuhr spin'/, n. See top spin. [1635-45; OVER- + SPIN] * * *
overspray
v.t. * * *
overspread
/oh'veuhr spred"/, v.t., overspread, overspreading. to spread or diffuse over: A blush of embarrassment overspread his face. [bef. 1000; ME overspreden, OE oferspraedan. See ...
oversqueamish
adj.; oversqueamishly, adv.; oversqueamishness, n. * * *
overstaff
v.t. * * *
overstale
adj.; overstaleness, n. * * *
overstand
/oh'veuhr stand"/, v.i., overstood, overstanding. Naut. overreach (def. 13). [1300-50; ME overstonden to stand over or by; see OVER-, STAND] * * *
overstarch
v.t. * * *
overstarched
adj. * * *
overstate
—overstatement, n. /oh'veuhr stayt"/, v.t., overstated, overstating. to state too strongly; exaggerate: to overstate one's position in a controversy. [1630-40; OVER- + ...
overstatement
See overstate. * * *
overstay
/oh'veuhr stay"/, v.t. 1. to stay beyond the time, limit, or duration of; outstay: to overstay one's welcome. 2. Finance. to remain in (the market) beyond the point where a sale ...
oversteadfast
adj.; oversteadfastly, adv.; oversteadfastness, n. * * *
oversteadily
adv. * * *
oversteady
adj. * * *
oversteer
n. /oh"veuhr stear'/; v. /oh'veuhr stear"/, n. 1. handling of an automotive vehicle that causes turns that are sharper than the driver intends because the rear wheels slide to ...
overstep
/oh'veuhr step"/, v.t., overstepped, overstepping. to go beyond; exceed: to overstep one's authority. [bef. 1000; ME oversteppen, OE ofersteppan. See OVER-, STEP] * * *
overstiff
adj.; overstiffly, adv.; overstiffness, n. * * *
overstiffen
v. * * *
overstimulate
v., overstimulated, overstimulating. * * *
overstimulative
adj.; overstimulatively, adv.; overstimulativeness, n. * * *
overstir
v., overstirred, overstirring. * * *
overstitch
n. /oh"veuhr stich'/; v. /oh'veuhr stich"/, Sewing. n. 1. a stitch made with a sewing machine, for binding or finishing a raw edge or hem. v.t., v.i. 2. to sew with ...
overstock
v. /oh'veuhr stok"/; n. /oh"veuhr stok'/, v.t. 1. to stock to excess: We are overstocked on this item. n. 2. a stock that is larger than the actual need or demand. [1555-65; ...
overstocking
n. * * *
overstood
/oh'veuhr stood"/, v. pt. and pp. of overstand. * * *
overstore
v., overstored, overstoring. * * *
overstory
/oh"veuhr stawr'ee, -stohr'ee/, n., pl. overstories. the uppermost layer of foliage in a forest, forming the canopy. [1480-90, for an earlier sense; 1955-60 for current sense; ...
overstout
adj.; overstoutly, adv.; overstoutness, n. * * *
overstraight
adj.; overstraightly, adv.; overstraightness, n. * * *
overstrain
v. * * *
overstress
/oh'veuhr stres"/, v.t. 1. overemphasize. 2. to subject to excessive stress or strain. 3. Mech. to stress (a metal or other body) to the point of deformation. [1915-20; OVER- + ...
overstressed
adj. * * *
overstretch
v. /oh'veuhr strech"/; n. /oh'veuhr strech", oh"veuhr strech'/, v.t. 1. to stretch excessively. 2. to stretch or extend over. n. 3. an act or instance of ...
overstrew
/oh'veuhr strooh"/, v.t., overstrewed, overstrewn or overstrewed, overstrewing. to strew or scatter over. [1560-70; OVER- + STREW] * * *
overstrict
adj. * * *
overstride
/oh'veuhr struyd"/, v.t., overstrode, overstridden, overstriding. 1. to surpass: to overstride one's competitors. 2. to stand or sit astride of; bestride: a great statue ...
overstrident
adj.; overstridently, adv. * * *
overstrike
v. /oh'veuhr struyk"/; n. /oh"veuhr struyk'/, v., overstruck, overstriking, n. Numis. v.t. 1. to stamp a new device, value, or inscription on (a coin). n. 2. a coin that has been ...
overstring
/oh'veuhr string"/, v.t., overstrung; overstrung or (Rare) overstringed; overstringing. 1. Music. to arrange the strings of (a piano) so that the bass strings cross over the ...
overstrive
v.i., overstrove, overstriven, overstriving. * * *
overstrong
adj.; overstrongly, adv.; overstrongness, n. * * *
overstructured
/oh'veuhr struk"cheuhrd/, adj. excessively structured or organized. [1965-70; OVER- + STRUCTURED] * * *
overstrung
/oh"veuhr strung"/, adj. 1. overly tense or sensitive; strained; on edge: Their nerves were badly overstrung. 2. Archery. (of a bow) strung too tightly. [1800-10; OVER- + ...
overstudious
adj.; overstudiously, adv.; overstudiousness, n. * * *
overstudy
v. /oh'veuhr stud"ee/; n. /oh"veuhr stud'ee/, v., overstudied, overstudying, n. v.t., v.i. 1. to study too much or too hard (sometimes used reflexively): to overstudy a letter ...
overstuff
/oh'veuhr stuf"/, v.t. 1. to force too much into: If you overstuff your suitcase, the fastenings may not hold. 2. Furniture. to cover completely with deep upholstery. [1935-40; ...
overstuffed
/oh"veuhr stuft'/, adj. 1. stuffed or filled to excess. 2. Furniture. having the entire frame covered by stuffing and upholstery, so that only decorative woodwork or the like is ...
oversubscribe
—oversubscriber, n. —oversubscription /oh'veuhr seuhb skrip"sheuhn/, n. /oh'veuhr seuhb skruyb"/, v.t., oversubscribed, oversubscribing. to subscribe for more of than is ...
oversubscription
See oversubscribe. * * *
oversubtle
adj. * * *
oversubtlety
n., pl oversubtleties. * * *
oversubtly
adv. * * *
oversufficient
adj.; oversufficiently, adv. * * *
oversup
v., oversupped, oversupping. * * *
oversuperstitious
adj.; oversuperstitiously, adv.; oversuperstitiousness, n. * * *
oversupply
n. /oh"veuhr seuh pluy'/; v. /oh'veuhr seuh pluy"/, n., pl. oversupplies, v., oversupplied, oversupplying. n. 1. an excessive supply. v.t. 2. to supply in excess. [1825-35; OVER- ...
oversure
adj.; oversurely, adv.; oversureness, n. * * *
oversurety
n. * * *
oversusceptible
adj.; oversusceptibleness, n.; oversusceptibly, adv. * * *
oversuspicious
adj.; oversuspiciously, adv.; oversuspiciousness, n. * * *
oversweet
adj.; oversweetly, adv.; oversweetness, n. * * *
oversweeten
v.t. * * *
overswing
/oh'veuhr swing"/, v.i., overswung, overswinging. Baseball, Golf. to swing too hard, hoping to apply more power. [1920-25; OVER- + SWING1] * * *
oversystematic
adj.; oversystematicness, n. * * *
oversystematize
v.t., oversystematized, oversystematizing. * * *
overt
/oh verrt", oh"verrt/, adj. 1. open to view or knowledge; not concealed or secret: overt hostility. 2. Heraldry. (of a device, as a purse) represented as open: a purse ...
overtake
/oh'veuhr tayk"/, v., overtook, overtaken, overtaking. v.t. 1. to catch up with in traveling or pursuit; draw even with: By taking a cab to the next town, we managed to overtake ...
overtalk
v. * * *
overtalkative
adj.; overtalkatively, adv.; overtalkativeness, n. * * *
overtame
adj.; overtamely, adv.; overtameness, n. * * *
overtart
adj.; overtartly, adv.; overtartness, n. * * *
overtask
overtask [ō΄vər task′] vt. to impose too great or heavy a task or tasks upon * * *
overtax
—overtaxation, n. /oh'veuhr taks"/, v.t. 1. to tax too heavily. 2. to make too great demands on. [1640-50; OVER- + TAX] * * *
overtaxation
See overtax. * * *
overteach
v., overtaught, overteaching. * * *
overtechnical
adj.; overtechnically, adv. * * *
overtechnicality
n., pl. overtechnicalities. * * *
overtechnologize
v., overtechnologized, overtechnologizing. * * *
overtedious
adj.; overtediously, adv.; overtediousness, n. * * *
overtenacious
adj.; overtenaciously, adv.; overtenaciousness, n. * * *
overtenacity
n. * * *
overtender
adj.; overtenderly, adv.; overtenderness, n. * * *
overtense
adj.; overtensely, adv.; overtenseness, n. * * *
overtension
n. * * *
overtheatrical
adj.; overtheatrically, adv.; overtheatricalness; n. * * *
overtheorize
v.i., overtheorized, overtheorizing. * * *
overthick
adj.; overthickly, adv.; overthickness, n. * * *
overthin
adj.; overthinly, adv.; overthinness, n. * * *
overthoughtful
adj.; overthoughtfully, adv.; overthoughtfulness, n. * * *
overthriftily
adv. * * *
overthrifty
adj. * * *
overthrong
v. * * *
overthrow
—overthrower, n. v. /oh'veuhr throh"/; n. /oh"veuhr throh'/, v., overthrew, overthrown, overthrowing, n. v.t. 1. to depose, as from a position of power; overcome, defeat, or ...
overthrust
/oh"veuhr thrust'/, n. Geol. 1. a thrust fault with a low dip and a large slip. 2. a thrust fault in which the hanging wall was the one that moved (opposed to ...
overthrust belt
(sometimes caps.) Geol. an elongate area in which thick rock layers have been pushed over one another by compressional forces within the earth's crust. * * *
overthrustfault
o·ver·thrust fault (ōʹvər-thrŭst') n. Geology A low-angle thrust fault in which displacement is on the order of kilometers. * * *
overtight
adj.; overtightly, adv.; overtightness, n. * * *
overtighten
v. * * *
overtimbered
adj. * * *
overtime
n., adv., adj. /oh"veuhr tuym'/; v. /oh'veuhr tuym"/, n., adv., adj., v., overtimed, overtiming. n. 1. working time before or after one's regularly scheduled working hours; extra ...
overtimid
adj.; overtimidly, adv.; overtimidness, n. * * *
overtimidity
n. * * *
overtimorous
adj.; overtimorously, adv.; overtimorousness, n. * * *
overtinsel
v.t., overtinseled, overtinseling or (esp. Brit.) overtinselled, overtinselling. * * *
overtint
v. n. * * *
overtip
v., overtipped, overtipping. * * *
overtipple
v.i., overtippled, overtippling. * * *
overtire
/oh'veuhr tuyeur"/, v.i., v.t., overtired, overtiring. to tire to the point of exhaustion; tire out. [1550-60; OVER- + TIRE1] * * *
overtly
/oh verrt"lee, oh"verrt lee/, adv. openly; publicly. [1275-1325; ME; see OVERT, -LY] * * *
overtness
See overtly. * * *
overtoil
v. * * *
overtolerant
adj.; overtolerantly, adv. * * *
Overton, Richard
▪ British pamphleteer and rebel flourished 1631–64       English pamphleteer and a Leveler leader during the English Civil Wars and Commonwealth.       The ...
overtone
/oh"veuhr tohn'/, n. 1. Music. an acoustical frequency that is higher in frequency than the fundamental. 2. an additional, usually subsidiary and implicit meaning or quality: an ...
overtook
/oh'veuhr took"/, v. pt. of overtake. * * *
overtop
v. /oh'veuhr top"/; n. /oh"veuhr top'/, v., overtopped, overtopping, n. v.t. 1. to rise over or above the top of: a skyscraper that overtops all the other buildings. 2. to rise ...
overtorture
v.t., overtortured, overtorturing. * * *
overtrade
/oh'veuhr trayd"/, v.i., overtraded, overtrading. to trade in excess of one's capital or the requirements of the market. [1615-25; OVER- + TRADE] * * *
overtrain
v. * * *
overtread
n. * * *
overtreat
v. * * *
overtrick
/oh"veuhr trik'/, n. Bridge. a trick won by declarer in excess of the number of tricks necessary to make the contract. Cf. undertrick. [1920-25; OVER- + TRICK] * * *
overtrim
v., overtrimmed, overtrimming. * * *
overtrouble
v., overtroubled, overtroubling. * * *
overtrump
/oh'veuhr trump", oh"veuhr trump'/, v.t., v.i. Cards. to play a higher trump than has already been played. [1740-50; OVER- + TRUMP1] * * *
overtrust
v. * * *
overtrustful
adj.; overtrustfully, adv.; overtrustfulness, n. * * *
overtruthful
adj.; overtruthfully, adv.; overtruthfulness, n. * * *
overture
/oh"veuhr cheuhr, -choor'/, n., v., overtured, overturing. n. 1. an opening or initiating move toward negotiations, a new relationship, an agreement, etc.; a formal or informal ...
overturn
—overturnable, adj. v. /oh'veuhr terrn"/; n. /oh"veuhr terrn'/, v.t. 1. to destroy the power of; overthrow; defeat; vanquish. 2. to turn over on its side, face, or back; upset: ...
overtwist
v. * * *
overunionize
v., overunionized, overunionizing. * * *
overurbanize
v., overurbanized, overurbanizing. * * *
overurge
v., overurged, overurging. * * *
overuse
v. /oh'veuhr yoohz"/; n. /oh"veuhr yoohs"/, v., overused, overusing, n. v.t. 1. to use too much or too often: to overuse an expression. n. 2. excessive use: to strain one's voice ...
overutilize
v.t., overutilized, overutilizing. * * *
overvaliant
adj.; overvaliantly, adv.; overvaliantness, n. * * *
overvaluable
adj.; overvaluableness, n.; overvaluably, adv. * * *
overvaluation
See overvalue. * * *
overvalue
—overvaluation, n. /oh'veuhr val"yooh/, v.t., overvalued, overvaluing. to value too highly; put too high a value on: They should be careful not to overvalue the ...
overvariety
n. * * *
overvary
v., overvaried, overvarying. * * *
overvehement
adj.; overvehemently, adv. * * *
overventilate
v.t., overventilated, overventilating. * * *
overventuresome
adj. * * *
overventurous
adj.; overventurously, adv.; overventurousness, n. * * *
overview
/oh"veuhr vyooh'/, n. a general outline of a subject or situation; survey or summary. [1540-50; OVER- + VIEW] * * *
overvigorous
adj.; overvigorously, adv.; overvigorousness, n. * * *
overviolent
adj.; overviolently, adv.; overviolentness, n. * * *
overvivid
adj.; overvividly, adv.; overvividness, n. * * *
overvoltage
/oh"veuhr vohl'tij/, n. 1. Elect. excess voltage. 2. Physics. the amount by which the voltage applied to an ionization chamber exceeds the Geiger-Müller threshold. [1905-10; ...


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