Definition of Overfull

1. Adjective. Exceeding demand. "A glutted market"

Exact synonyms: Glutted
Similar to: Full



Definition of Overfull

1. a. Too full; filled to overflowing; excessively full; surfeited.

Definition of Overfull

1. Adjective. excessively filled; filled to overflowing ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Overfull

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overfull

overfriendly
overfriezed
overfront
overfronted
overfronting
overfronts
overfruitful
overfulfil
overfulfill
overfulfilled
overfulfilling
overfulfills
overfull (current term)
overfullness
overfund
overfunded
overfunding
overfunds
overfurnished
overfussy
overgall
overgalls
overgangs
overgarment
overgarments
overgarrisoned

Literary usage of Overfull

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1. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Psalms by Charles Augustus Briggs, Emilie Grace Briggs (1907)
"<Boe>D Sp Tri^Sn] makes 1. overfull. It is an editorial change from an original ... 169. mn«] gl. making 1. overfull. — Tiai] goes to close of 1. as usual; ..."

2. The Student's Guide to Clinical Medicine and Case-taking by Francis Warner (1885)
"Branchial capillaries overfull; hence tendency to Bronchitis. Pulmonary capillaries overfull; hence Pulmonary (Edema, ie, effusion into air vesicles. ..."

3. A Text book of physiology by Michael Foster (1881)
"The overfull arteries are continually striving to pass their surplus in a ... As continually the heart by its beat is keeping the arteries overfull, ..."

4. The Clinical Journal (1898)
"The left ventricle tends to become overfull, to be distended, and so the ventricle acts more vigorously to expel the contents, which are greater than normal ..."

5. Views of Labour and Gold by William Barnes (1859)
"THAT crafts and callings may, at some times or places, be overfull one may believe, since at some times or places some callings may have shown themselves as ..."

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