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  • verb Simple past of overeat.

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Examples

  • I remember I went out for Chinese and had no idea at that point, it was early on, and kind of overate a little bit, but the help with the nutritionist helped me correct what I was ...

    CNN Transcript Feb 29, 2004

  • Start by blaming your mother: recent research suggests that your likelihood of obesity may be shaped by how much she ate during pregnancy (mothers who dieted or overate were more likely to have babies at risk of obesity later in life) and whether she smoked (smoking may suppress appetite, but it correlates with fatter offspring).

    Beating Obesity

  • In one study, as women overate and gained weight, they subsequently derived less pleasure from eating -- but they still continued to eat more.

    Lisa Turner: Don't Let Shame Be Your Dinner Date

  • During the course of losing three sizes, I overate on more than one or two or 10 occasions.

    Dayna Macy: My Top 5 A-Ha Moments

  • In one study, as women overate and gained weight, they subsequently derived less pleasure from eating -- but they still continued to eat more.

    Lisa Turner: Don't Let Shame Be Your Dinner Date

  • Start by blaming your mother: recent research suggests that your likelihood of obesity may be shaped by how much she ate during pregnancy (mothers who dieted or overate were more likely to have babies at risk of obesity later in life) and whether she smoked (smoking may suppress appetite, but it correlates with fatter offspring).

    Beating Obesity

  • Yes, as usual I overate, but I reasoned that it was for such a good cause that my body and doctor would forgive me.

    Jay Weston: The Saban Free Clinic Benefit a Huge Success

  • Start by blaming your mother: recent research suggests that your likelihood of obesity may be shaped by how much she ate during pregnancy (mothers who dieted or overate were more likely to have babies at risk of obesity later in life) and whether she smoked (smoking may suppress appetite, but it correlates with fatter offspring).

    Beating Obesity

  • Start by blaming your mother: recent research suggests that your likelihood of obesity may be shaped by how much she ate during pregnancy (mothers who dieted or overate were more likely to have babies at risk of obesity later in life) and whether she smoked (smoking may suppress appetite, but it correlates with fatter offspring).

    Beating Obesity

  • In one study, as women overate and gained weight, they subsequently derived less pleasure from eating -- but they still continued to eat more.

    Lisa Turner: Don't Let Shame Be Your Dinner Date

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