- v. To groom excessively.
- over- + groom (Wiktionary)
“I think the whole Killington "overgroom" thing is nonsense.”
“Hope the early season approach pans out and they don't overgroom this season.”
“The red panda cub and her twin brother were born at the zoo on July 5 and both were being hand-raised by the zoo's animal health technologist because the mother tends to overgroom her litters and handle them aggressively, Ness said.”
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