Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In any aging process, noting a result (usually of a detrimental character) brought about by carrying the process too far: a term frequently used in the logwood industry and by textile colorists.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. too old to be useful.
- adj. too old to be useful
“Tate was an overaged fifty, and used the letters to blow off steam.”
“Clear example of a flip flopper, opportunist, and an overaged moron who thinks the American people have a very short memory span.”
“Cindy looked like a Botoxed, overaged Glinda the Good Witch in that get-up.”
“It happened when Jackie Robinson was trying to claim a fourth title with a heavier fighter, overaged, out of shape, who couldn't knock down a sick chorus girl.”
“ITEMS Conventional Wisdom George Foreman Lost the fight, but won the war for overaged fat people everywhere,”
“As an overaged secondary-school student in Baghdad in the mid-1950s, Saddam found himself drawn to the Arab nationalism sweeping the region, and developed a taste for political intrigue.”
“Scott, who's gone from being a hormone-revved adolescent to a hormone-revved overaged adolescent, gets better at it with every attempt: he and Rudd, at each other's throats, create delightful comic friction.”
“In any case, Tammy Savage's project has won at least one crucial, though overaged, convert.”
“The overaged fanboys can lament the demise of Raijin Comics and the failure of DMP to follow through with the seinen side of their initial “mandate” all they want.”
“You write of Roth “sounding like an overaged kid in a bar mitzvah suit trying to get a good check out of Aunt Sadie.””
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