Definition of Overcrops

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



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Definition of Overcrops

1. overcrop [v] - See also: overcrop

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overcrops

overcramming
overcrams
overcraw
overcraws
overcredulity
overcredulous
overcritical
overcritically
overcriticize
overcriticized
overcriticizes
overcriticizing
overcrop
overcropped
overcropping
overcrops (current term)
overcrossing
overcrow
overcrowd
overcrowded
overcrowdedly
overcrowdedness
overcrowding
overcrowds
overcrows
overcultivate
overcultivated
overcultivation
overcunning
overcup oak

Literary usage of Overcrops

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1. The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America: Or, The Culture, Propagation, and by Andrew Jackson Downing (1845)
"... exhaustion arising from successive overcrops. Afterwards it has been established and perpetuated by sowing the seeds of the enfeebled tree either to ..."

2. The Cultivator by New York State Agricultural Society (1846)
"... American varieties of the peach, and produced in the first place by bad cultivation, and the consequent exhaustion arising from successive overcrops. ..."

3. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1902)
"Many of these drift stones and boulders are of the red Sioux quartzite, which overcrops 300 to 350 miles northward, in southwestern Minnesota, the northwest ..."

4. A Plea for Peasant Proprietors: With the Outlines of a Plan for Their by William Thomas Thornton (1874)
"... who keeps neither a. horse nor a cow, whose only tools are the spade and hoe, who seldom manures, and never drains, but nevertheless overcrops his ..."

5. Memoirs of the Rival Houses of York and Lancaster, Historical and by Emma Roberts (1827)
"... paid to hint by the ' •>« — his Favour at the Emperor's Court — his courteous Conduct 'it Calais — he devises a new Point in Chivalry — overcrops, ..."

6. Bayldon's Art of Valuing Rents and Tillages, and the Tenant's Right on by J. S. Bayldon, John Donaldson (1840)
"The farmer, who has probably been born and bred on the spot, is unwilling to leave it: he overcrops the land, exhausts his capital, and both interests ..."

7. The Phasis of Matter: Being an Outline of the Discoveries and Applications by T. Lindley Kemp (1855)
"Nay, sometimes when he manages unskilfully and overcrops, he abstracts these so rapidly, that there is not enough of them left to supply the sap of a full ..."

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