Definition of Overrude

1. Adjective. (rare) Too rude; more rude than necessary or desirable. ¹



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Definition of Overrude

1. excessively rude [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overrude

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overripen
overripened
overripeness
overripening
overripens
overroast
overroasted
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overrode
overromanticize
overromanticized
overromanticizes
overromanticizing
overrude (current term)
overruff
overruffed
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overrule
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overruling
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overrulings

Literary usage of Overrude

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1. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1884)
"Better Unit than starvation in Holland, or seeking a home beyond the Atlantic, where, belike, the children of the devil might prove overrude companions. ..."

2. Judith Shakespeare: Her Love Affairs and Other Adventures by William Black (1884)
"... where, belike, the children of the devil might prove overrude companions. I marvel not, I; 'tis a foolish bird that forsakes a warm nest. ..."

3. Colonel Dacre: A Novel by Emily Jolly (1874)
"Ilia effect upon them all was very much that of a boisterous, not overrude, autumn wind, sweeping out cobwebs, and, for the time, freshening the morbid air ..."

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