Definition of Overdrawn

1. Verb. (past participle of overdraw) ¹



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Definition of Overdrawn

1. overdraw [v] - See also: overdraw

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overdrawn

overdramatisations
overdramatise
overdramatised
overdramatises
overdramatising
overdramatization
overdramatizations
overdramatize
overdramatized
overdramatizes
overdramatizing
overdrank
overdraught
overdraw
overdrawing
overdrawn (current term)
overdraws
overdreep
overdress
overdressed
overdresses
overdressing
overdrew
overdribble
overdribbled
overdribbles
overdribbling
overdried
overdries
overdrink

Literary usage of Overdrawn

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1. The Country Banker, His Clients, Cares, and Work, from an Experience of by George Rae (1886)
"overdrawn ACCOUNTS. As it shall not be lawful for each man to be a usurer ... The larger the number of overdrawn accounts —thus runs the argument—the larger ..."

2. The Theory and Practice of Banking by Henry Dunning Macleod (1893)
"On Advances by way of Cash Credits and overdrawn Accounts 16. We have, in Chap. VI. § 17, giveu a full account of the system of Cash Credits in Scotland, ..."

3. The Law of Contracts by Samuel Williston, Clarence Martin Lewis (1922)
"... to the extent of at least Contract between Employer and Salesman—Furnishing Bond—Repayment of overdrawn Commissions—Collection of Moneys for Principal. ..."

4. A Treatise on the Law of Banks and Banking by John Torrey Morse (1888)
"... was held to apply only to ascertaining that the account was overdrawn.12 Between Bank and Drawer, Forgery of Drawer's Signature. § 467. The Old Rule. ..."

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