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Meanings of Overglass:

verb

To cover over with or as with glass.

Meanings of Overglaze:

noun

Decoration or a second glaze applied to glazed ceramic ware.

Usage examples:

Overglaze enamel

Meanings of Overglazing:

noun

The action or process of "overglaze".

Meanings of Overglut:

verb

To glut to excess; to overfill; to oversupply.

Meanings of Overgo:

verb

To pass or spread over in a hostile or injurious way; to overrun, infest. also figurative scottish in later use.

Meanings of Overgoing:

noun

The action of overgo ; an instance of this. also: a place where it is possible to cross or go over, or where something goes over.

Meanings of Overgorge:

verb

To gorge or eat to excess; to cram with too much food; to glut.

Meanings of Overgorged:

adjective

That has been gorged too much.

Overgovern

ˌəʊ.vəˈɡʌv.ən

Meanings of Overgovern:

verb

To control and direct the public business of a country, city, group of people, etc. more than is helpful or necessary

Usage examples:

Poor farmers in the region have been over-governed for centuries., he has a tendency to micromanage…

Meanings of Overgrain:

verb

To grain over (a surface that has already been grained) so as to produce additional lights and shades.

Overgrainer

əʊvəˈɡreɪnə

Meanings of Overgrainer:

noun

A brush used in interior decorating to give a marbled or woodgrain effect.

Usage examples:

The design is blended in with a softening brush or overgrainer made either of hog hair or badger ha…

Overgraze

ˌəʊ.vəˈɡreɪz

Meanings of Overgraze:

verb

Graze (grassland) so heavily that the vegetation is damaged and the ground becomes liable to erosion.

Usage examples:

Their own pastures were overgrazed and arid

Overgrazed

ˌəʊ.vəˈɡreɪz

Meanings of Overgrazed:

verb

Graze (grassland) so heavily that the vegetation is damaged and the ground becomes liable to erosion.

Usage examples:

Their own pastures were overgrazed and arid

Overgrazes

ˌəʊ.vəˈɡreɪz

Meanings of Overgrazes:

verb

Graze (grassland) so heavily that the vegetation is damaged and the ground becomes liable to erosion.

Usage examples:

Their own pastures were overgrazed and arid

Meanings of Overgrazing:

noun

Excessive grazing which causes damage to grassland.

Usage examples:

The failure of the rains led to overgrazing and deforestation
verb

Graze (grassland) so heavily that the vegetation is damaged and the ground becomes liable to erosion.

Usage examples:

Their own pastures were overgrazed and arid

Meanings of Overgreedy:

adjective

Too greedy, excessively greedy. also as noun (with the and plural agreement): people who are too greedy as a class.

Meanings of Overgrew:

verb

Grow or spread over (something) so as to choke or stifle it.

Usage examples:

The mussels overgrow and smother whatever is underneath

Meanings of Overgrieving:

adjective

That feels excessive grief; that grieves too much.

Overground

ˌəʊ.vəˈɡraʊnd

Meanings of Overground:

adverb

On or above the ground.

Usage examples:

It has suggested that a new line be built overground
adjective

Situated on or above the ground.

Usage examples:

Overground stations
noun

A railway operating above the ground.

Usage examples:

I take the tube, i take the bus, i take the overground

Meanings of Overgrow:

verb

Grow or spread over (something) so as to choke or stifle it.

Usage examples:

The mussels overgrow and smother whatever is underneath

Meanings of Overgrowing:

verb

Grow or spread over (something) so as to choke or stifle it.

Usage examples:

The mussels overgrow and smother whatever is underneath

Meanings of Overgrown:

adjective

Covered with plants that have been allowed to grow wild.

Usage examples:

The garden was overgrown and deserted
verb

Grow or spread over (something) so as to choke or stifle it.

Usage examples:

The mussels overgrow and smother whatever is underneath

Meanings of Overgrows:

verb

Grow or spread over (something) so as to choke or stifle it.

Usage examples:

The mussels overgrow and smother whatever is underneath

Meanings of Overgrowth:

noun

Excessive growth.

Usage examples:

Intestinal bacterial overgrowth

Meanings of Overhair:

noun

A component of the fur in many mammals which consists of relatively long hairs (guard hairs) extending beyond the shorter fur (underfur or undercoat) to form a sparser outer layer. also occasionally: one of these hairs; a guard hair.

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