Definition of Overgreat

1. a. Too great.



Definition of Overgreat

1. Adjective. Excessively great. ¹

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Definition of Overgreat

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overgreat

overgoverned
overgoverning
overgoverns
overgrace
overgraced
overgrade
overgraded
overgrades
overgrading
overgrafting
overgraze
overgrazed
overgrazes
overgrazing
overgreat (current term)
overgreatness
overgreedy
overgrew
overgroom
overgroomed
overgrooming
overgrooms
overgross
overground
overgrow
overgrowing
overgrown
overgrownness
overgrows

Literary usage of Overgreat

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1. The Politics of Aristotle by Aristotle (1902)
"The advice against taking away great honours at a blow was newer than the advice not to make a single individual overgreat. Aristotle no doubt remembers the ..."

2. Economic Statesmanship: The Great Industrial and Financial Problems Arising by J. Ellis Barker (1920)
"Their overgreat reduction may increase the efficiency, health, and strength of the ... But if the overgreat reduction of working hours should lead to a ..."

3. Economic Statesmanship: The Great Industrial and Financial Problems Arising by J. Ellis Barker (1920)
"Their overgreat reduction may increase the efficiency, health, and strength of the ... But if the overgreat reduction of working hours should lead to a ..."

4. Woman: In All Ages and in All Countries by Mitchell Carroll, Alfred Brittain, Edward Bagby Pollard, Pierce Butler, John Robert Effinger, Hugo Paul Thieme, Hermann Schoenfeld, Bartlett Burleigh James, John Ruse Larus (1907)
"... clad in little else save their own modesty, thus overcoming fear of exposure to the air, as well as overgreat tenderness and shyness. ..."

5. The Cambridge History of English Literature by Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller (1908)
"The dangers of royal poverty and overgreat subjects are pointed out, with examples discreetly taken from French and old English history. ..."

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