Definition of Overconsuming

1. Verb. (present participle of overconsume) ¹

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Definition of Overconsuming

1. overconsume [v] - See also: overconsume

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overconsuming

overconscientious
overconscious
overconsolidated
overconstrain
overconstrained
overconstraining
overconstrains
overconstruct
overconstructed
overconstructs
overconsume
overconsumed
overconsumer
overconsumers
overconsumes
overconsuming (current term)
overconsumption
overcontact
overcontribute
overcontributed
overcontributes
overcontributing
overcontribution
overcontributions
overcontrol
overcontrolled
overcontrolling
overcontrols
overconvergent
overcook

Literary usage of Overconsuming

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1. Sea-Changes: American Foreign Policy in a World Transformed by Nicholas X. Rizopoulos (1990)
"The overconsuming, underperforming state faces a gigantic challenge in recapturing the confidence of its population. Regional conflicts, especially ..."

2. Industrial Depressions: Their Causes Analysed and Classified with a by George Huntington Hull (1911)
"... asserted that the one and only cause of the existing economic disturbance was "overspending, overconsuming, destroying more wealth than is reproduced, ..."

3. Capital, the State, and Labour: A Global Perspective by Juliet Schor, Jong-Il You (1995)
"... ecologically-sound industries would be favoured by overconsuming upper classes attached to neo-Taylorism, thus increasing the price of consumption goods ..."

4. Food Composition Data: A User's Perspective by William M. Rand (1987)
"... correct balance of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre, without overconsuming salt or calories, especially calories from fat, sugar, and alcohol. ..."

5. Financial Crises and Periods of Industrial and Commercial Depression by Theodore Elijah Burton (1902)
"The cause is simpler and deeper—overspending, overconsuming, destroying more wealth than is reproduced, and its necessary consequence, poverty; ..."

6. Reinventing Energy: Making the Right Choices by Sally B. Gentille (1996)
"... order to stop overconsuming natural resources and avert environmental catastrophe. They propose drastically reducing—if not eliminating—auto usage, ..."

7. Human Work by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1904)
"The overconsuming rich do mischief first in withholding from the social circulation an undue amount of social products, as a mere miser—social congestion; ..."

8. Human Work by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1904)
"The overconsuming rich do mischief first in withholding from the social circulation an undue amount of social products, as a mere miser—social congestion; ..."

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