Definition of Overtimed

1. overtime [v] - See also: overtime



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overtimed

overthrust
overthrust fault
overthrusts
overthwart
overthwartly
overthwartness
overtight
overtighten
overtightened
overtightening
overtightens
overtilde
overtildes
overtime
overtime period
overtimed (current term)
overtimes
overtimid
overtiming
overtip
overtipped
overtipping
overtips
overtire
overtired
overtiredness
overtires
overtiring
overtitle
overtitled

Literary usage of Overtimed

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1. Henley's Twentieth Century Forrmulas, Recipes and Processes: Containing Ten by Gardner Dexter Hiscox (1914)
"(One ounce of bromide of potassium, water to 10 ounces.) overtimed plates may be much improved by adding a few drops of bromide solution to the developer as ..."

2. The American Amateur Photographer (1895)
"... just right, or overtimed. The principal objection to this method, ... than overtimed, due to the fact that the shutter mnst be speeded to a quicker ..."

3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1910)
"As to the fourth method, there is no doubt it being the best way to retard the development of an overtimed print, for dilution with water often causes ..."

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