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