Definition of Overtrim
1. to trim too much [v -TRIMMED, -TRIMMING, -TRIMS]
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Literary usage of Overtrim
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Secrets of Distinctive Dress: Harmonious, Becoming, and Beautiful Dress by Mary Brooks Picken (1918)
"A good rule to follow in overcoming all such irregularities as a full bust, extremely high or low hips, a large waist, and so on, is this: Do not overtrim ..."
2. Housekeeping Made Easy by Christine Terhune Herrick (1888)
"... that prevailed a few years ago, and it is no longer essential for mothers to wear themselves out in the struggle to overtrim their children's clothes. ..."
3. Primitive Christianity: Or, the Religion of the Ancient Christians in the by William Cave (1840)
"... fiery sparkling and glittering eyes of the serpent: of thine enemy hast thou learned to be overtrim and neat, and with him like to receive thy portion. ..."
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