Definition of Overcorrected

1. Verb. (past of overcorrect) ¹



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Definition of Overcorrected

1. overcorrect [v] - See also: overcorrect

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overcorrected

overcontributions
overcontrol
overcontrolled
overcontrolling
overcontrols
overconvergent
overcook
overcooked
overcooking
overcooks
overcool
overcooled
overcooling
overcools
overcorrect
overcorrected (current term)
overcorrecting
overcorrection
overcorrections
overcorrects
overcostly
overcount
overcounted
overcounting
overcounts
overcover
overcovered
overcovering
overcovers
overcoy

Literary usage of Overcorrected

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1. A Treatise on Orthopaedic Surgery by Royal Whitman (1919)
"DISABILITIES AND DEFORMITIES OF THE FOOT Functional Use in the overcorrected Attitude.—As soon as possible, often on the following day, the patient is ..."

2. The Diseases of Children: A Work for the Practising Physician by Meinhard von Pfaundler, Arthur Schlossmann (1912)
"Oettingen-Fink bandage applied, foot in overcorrected position. Both feet successfully treated in three mouths. towards a bandage applied towards the thigh. ..."

3. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1913)
"Four cases have been overcorrected. Of those cases that gave up treatment, one girl thirteen years old, with a moderate left dorsal and right lumbar curve, ..."

4. Therapeutic Gazette (1908)
"The foot must be held in an overcorrected position during and after the muscular attachment, and the tendon of the muscle must be tight even in this ..."

5. Orthopedic Surgery by Edward Hickling Bradford, Robert Williamson Lovett (1915)
"Considerable force is often necessary to bring the foot into an overcorrected position. This can be done either by manual force or by the aid of mechanical ..."

6. Orthopedic Surgery by James Edward Moore (1898)
"After the first two weeks it will not be necessary to keep the head in the overcorrected position, but mechanical support should be worn for some weeks or ..."

7. The Eye by Edward Engler Gibbons (1904)
"Figure III represents simple hyperopic astigmatism overcorrected by a ... The astigmatism was corrected when a was brought to b, but is now overcorrected. ..."

8. Atlas and Epitome of Traumatic Fractures and Dislocations by Heinrich Helferich (1902)
"My own experience teaches me, then, emphatic- allv to favor the overcorrected position. Flat-foot following Pott's fracture is not uncommon. ..."

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