Definition of Overlax

1. too lax [adj] - See also: lax



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overlax

overlapping reading frame
overlappingly
overlappings
overlaps
overlard
overlards
overlarge
overlargeness
overlash
overlashed
overlashes
overlashing
overlashings
overlate
overlavish
overlax (current term)
overlay
overlay denture
overlayed
overlayer
overlayers
overlaying
overlays
overlead
overleaf
overleap
overleaped
overleaping
overleaps
overleapt

Literary usage of Overlax

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1. Advanced Lessons in English Grammar: For Use in Higher Grammar Classes by William Henry Maxwell (1891)
"(6) —Not only we, that prate Of rights and wrongs, have loved the people well, And loathed to see them overlax'd; but She did move, and underwent, ..."

2. Management and Feeding of Sheep by Thomas Shaw (1914)
"It acts as a corrective to digestion overlax which results from feeding large quantities of succulent food. It may also be made to increase the consumption ..."

3. Beunans Meriasek: The Life of Saint Meriasek, Bishop and Confessor. A by Dominus Hadton (1872)
"... take thy child, Mary, I have been overlax Regarding thee. 3800 But mercy I beseech, And one of thy servants Ever I shall be without grief. ..."

4. Beunans Meriasek: The Life of Saint Meriasek, Bishop and Confessor. A by Dominus Hadton (1872)
"Mary, take thy child, Mary, I have been overlax Regarding thee. 3800 But mercy I beseech, And one of thy servants Ever I shall be without grief. ..."

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