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  • v. To apply to excess.


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  • It said patients with loose-fitting dentures, who might overapply such creams, should have their dentists adjust their dentures.

    Glaxo to Remove Zinc From Denture Cream

  • Needless to say I personally love it, although some guys did overapply back in the day.


  • I have zero interest in being remembered for a particular scent since I only wear scent for myself anyway - couldn't care less what anyone else thinks about my choices except I have no wish to ever overapply and offend.

    Bespoke Perfumes? Perfume in the Glossies March 2008.

  • To ensure that plants have sufficient nitrogen on their heavy feeding days, farmers essentially have to overapply.

    Grist - the latest from Grist

  • "Try not to overapply inputs but yet maximize what you can make an acre," Bill said.


  • Since he has never once complained when I had worn Tea for Two, it means that a) he is reluctant to express his dislike in fear of emotional and other sorts of repercussions; b) the scent smells much better on me; or c) as I don’t ever overapply, he never notices what perfume I wear and is not interested enough to go out of his way and find out.

    Archive 2007-03-01


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