Definition of Overstrains

1. Verb. (third-person singular of overstrain) ¹



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Definition of Overstrains

1. overstrain [v] - See also: overstrain

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overstrains

overstock
overstocked
overstocking
overstocks
overstore
overstored
overstores
overstorey
overstoreys
overstories
overstoring
overstory
overstrain
overstrained
overstraining
overstrains
overstraitly
overstraw
overstrawed
overstrawing
overstrawn
overstrenuous
overstress
overstressed
overstresses
overstressing
overstretch
overstretched
overstretches
overstretching

Literary usage of Overstrains

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1. Medical Diagnosis for the Student and Practitioner by Charles Lyman Greene (1917)
"Overstrains of Adolescence.—Cases of acute cardiac overstrain are especially frequent in young boys at or about the age of puberty who are growing rapidly ..."

2. Types and Details of Bridge Construction by Frank Woodward Skinner (1906)
"... but there is probably an approximation to uniformity, obtained possibly by overstrains in certain places ; nevertheless, experience shows that, ..."

3. Types and Details of Bridge Construction by Frank Woodward Skinner (1906)
"... but there is probably an approximation to uniformity, obtained possibly by overstrains in certain places ; nevertheless, experience shows that, ..."

4. A Florentine Revery by Harry Huntington Powers (1922)
"The Medicean temperament instinctively feels that the reformer who overstrains human nature, like the builder who overstrains his beams and girders, ..."

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