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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overprocess.

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Examples

  • One of the causes of diabetes is overconsumption of relatively inexpensive, highly palatable foods, such as overprocessed cereals, french fries, and other high carb foodstuffs especially those containing high fructose corn syrup.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • It turns out that what I don't like is overprocessed Nashville country, but I could listen to Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, or Emmylou Harris all damned day.

    who do you want me to be to make you sleep with me?

  • His metabolism relentlessly overprocessed fats, carbohydrates, sugars.

    The Goal by Matthew Licht

  • According to Pollan, the "Western diet" -- overprocessed and chemically-saturated food -- is not only making us fat, it is killing us.

    Natalia Brzezinski: A Food Hater's Manifesto

  • The food, largely paid for by the federal government, was fatty and overprocessed.

    Chefs Move to Schools: A nutritious program kids can sink their teeth into

  • Many of them are so overprocessed, they lack fiber, and have such ungodly amounts of added sugars that they not only hurt us, they make us hungry.

    THE HIGH SCHOOL REUNION DIET

  • The overprocessed, mass-produced, nutrient-depleted, sugar-spiked offerings that now dominate supermarket shelves have almost totally replaced the much healthier diet of our pasts—probably that of our parents and grandparents, and decidedly that of our ancient ancestors—to the point that today, in the United States, our lack of real nutrition has resulted in a very problematic medical situation.

    THE HIGH SCHOOL REUNION DIET

  • And any overprocessed food no longer makes an appearance at all.

    THE HIGH SCHOOL REUNION DIET

  • Her overprocessed hair brushed my cheek like a piece of cheap carpet.

    No Mercy

  • Her overprocessed blond hair stood out around her round, sunburned face like a clown wig, and her pudgy body was stuffed into a polyester sundress that was dotted with pins proclaiming her membership in various environmental groups.

    NANCY DREW

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