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  • v. Present participle of overdrive.

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Examples

  • "overdriving" the car, and that's when mistakes lead to crashes.

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  • And I know why there are more accidents: those special victims units the "big" boys drive are too cumbersome for most of them and they are so used to overdriving and running over us in sensible cars that they add to our toll.

    Gore on top

  • In fact, the Iditarod itself would be illegal in most of the lower 48 states, which have laws that bar “overworking” and “overdriving” animals.

    Iditarod Deaths Stain Race's Reputation

  • Tuba Distort - the mixer gain was set quite high, overdriving the most of the set into clippage.

    let me tell you about my good day....

  • He also remarked, on his return, that the admiral swore at him for overdriving the horses — an indication of ill-temper, on the part of his master, which he described as being entirely without precedent in all his former experience.

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  • Added the lowpass filter set wide open to smooth out the sound, then looped that and went back to E-Bow for a while overdriving the note.

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  • A high secondary tone A remarked on as cool afterwards was caused by overdriving the note with the E-Bow and allowing the string to strike the underside of the E-Bow at max amplitude.

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  • Three black kids in front of the Skyway Theater had a boom box with something funky overdriving the speakers.

    War for the Oaks

  • So also after a long storm either in seed or crop time, when the weather becomes favorable, the same temptation presses, and in all these cases the master would _save money_ by overdriving his slaves.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4

  • "Every body here knows _overdriving_ to be one of the most common occurrences, the planters do not deny it, except, perhaps, to northerners."

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4

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