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Meanings of Overhill:

adjective

Situated or living beyond a hill or hills.

adverb

Over the hill.

Overhit

əʊvəˈhɪt

Meanings of Overhit:

verb

(in sporting contexts) hit (a ball) too strongly or too far.

Usage examples:

He double-faulted in tiebreakers and overhit easy shots

Meanings of Overhot:

adjective

Excessively hot; too hot.

Meanings of Overhouse:

verb

To provide with housing in excess of an occupant's requirements or means. chiefly reflexive and in passive.

Meanings of Overhung:

verb

Hang or extend outwards over.

Usage examples:

A concrete path overhung by jacaranda trees
noun

A part of something that extends or hangs over something else.

Usage examples:

He crouched beneath an overhang of bushes

Meanings of Overhunt:

verb

To deplete the stock of (a species of animal) by hunting; to hunt (an area, an adversary) too much or to depletion.

Overhunted

ˌəʊ.vəˈhʌnt

Meanings of Overhunted:

verb

To deplete the stock of (a species of animal) by hunting; to hunt (an area, an adversary) too much or to depletion.

Meanings of Overhunting:

noun

Hunting to excess; unsustainable hunting, especially of a population or species of animal.

Overhunts

ˌəʊ.vəˈhʌnt

Meanings of Overhunts:

verb

To deplete the stock of (a species of animal) by hunting; to hunt (an area, an adversary) too much or to depletion.

Meanings of Overidden:

verb

Use one's authority to reject or cancel (a decision, view, etc.)

Usage examples:

The courts will ultimately override any objections
noun

A device for suspending an automatic function on a machine.

Usage examples:

The flash has to have a manual override to be useful

Meanings of Overidentified:

verb

(in passive). to identify with someone or something else to an excessive degree, especially to the detriment of one's individuality or objectivity. also (occasionally) without object.

Meanings of Overidentify:

verb

(in passive). to identify with someone or something else to an excessive degree, especially to the detriment of one's individuality or objectivity. also (occasionally) without object.

Meanings of Overidentifying:

verb

(in passive). to identify with someone or something else to an excessive degree, especially to the detriment of one's individuality or objectivity. also (occasionally) without object.

Meanings of Overinclusive:

adjective

Excessively inclusive; (psychology) characterized by overinclusion.

Overindulge

əʊv(ə)rɪnˈdʌldʒ

Meanings of Overindulge:

verb

Have too much of something enjoyable, especially food or drink.

Usage examples:

It is easy to overindulge in these kinds of food

Overindulged

ˌəʊ.və.rɪnˈdʌldʒ

Meanings of Overindulged:

verb

Have too much of something enjoyable, especially food or drink.

Usage examples:

It is easy to overindulge in these kinds of food

Overindulgence

ˌəʊ.və.rɪnˈdʌl.dʒəns

Meanings of Overindulgence:

noun

The action or fact of having too much of something enjoyable.

Usage examples:

Her alleged overindulgence in alcohol

Overindulgent

ˌəʊ.vər.ɪnˈdʌl.dʒənt

Meanings of Overindulgent:

adjective

Allowing someone to have more of something enjoyable than is good for them

Usage examples:

In part, the researchers pointed to overindulgent adults for raising children to believe they are "…

Meanings of Overindulges:

verb

Have too much of something enjoyable, especially food or drink.

Usage examples:

It is easy to overindulge in these kinds of food

Overindulging

ˌəʊ.və.rɪnˈdʌldʒ

Meanings of Overindulging:

verb

Have too much of something enjoyable, especially food or drink.

Usage examples:

It is easy to overindulge in these kinds of food

Overinflated

əʊv(ə)rɪnˈfleɪtɪd

Meanings of Overinflated:

adjective

(of a price or value) excessive.

Usage examples:

Overinflated land values

Meanings of Overinsured:

adjective

Having excessive insurance cover.

Usage examples:

Many corporations have discovered that they were considerably overinsured

Overinvest

ˌəʊvərɪnˈvɛst

Meanings of Overinvest:

verb

Invest more money or resources in a project or enterprise than is necessary.

Usage examples:

We don't want to overinvest in automation

Overinvested

ˌəʊvərɪnˈvɛst

Meanings of Overinvested:

verb

Invest more money or resources in a project or enterprise than is necessary.

Usage examples:

We don't want to overinvest in automation

Overinvesting

ˌəʊvərɪnˈvɛst

Meanings of Overinvesting:

verb

Invest more money or resources in a project or enterprise than is necessary.

Usage examples:

We don't want to overinvest in automation

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