Definition of Overslept

1. Verb. (past of oversleep) ¹



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Definition of Overslept

1. oversleep [v] - See also: oversleep

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overslept

overskipping
overskips
overskirt
overskirts
overslaugh
overslaughed
overslaughing
overslaughs
oversleep
oversleeper
oversleepers
oversleeping
oversleeps
oversleeve
oversleeves
overslept (current term)
overslid
overslide
overslides
oversliding
overslip
overslipped
overslipping
overslips
overslipt
overslop
overslops
overslow
oversman
oversmen

Literary usage of Overslept

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1. The Life and Strange Adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe (1908)
"and overslept themselves. The case was this: they had resolved to stay till midnight, and so take the two poor men when they were asleep, and, ..."

2. Composition and Rhetoric by William M. Tanner (1922)
"Incorrect: "Because you overslept does not excuse you." "The reason I am late is because I overslept." Correct: "The fact that you overslept does not excuse ..."

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