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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overfarm.

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Examples

  • If smokestacks and overfarmed land was good enough for our Founding Fathers, then by golly, it's good enough for me.

    Happy I'm-Going-To-Provide-You-With-Diverting-And-Mildly-Amusing-But-Ultimately-Pointless-Ways-To-Waste-Your-Time Friday

  • They face challenges from an increasing population; land that's overfarmed and worn out; and climate change, bringing with it worsening drought or increased rainfall.

    Scientific American

  • They face challenges from an increasing population; land that's overfarmed and worn out; and climate change, bringing with it worsening drought or increased rainfall.

    Scientific American

  • They face challenges from an increasing population; land that's overfarmed and worn out; and climate change, bringing with it worsening drought or increased rainfall.

    Scientific American

  • They face challenges from an increasing population; land that's overfarmed and worn out; and climate change, bringing with it worsening drought or increased rainfall.

    Scientific American

  • Forestry officials have identified "critical land" in Garut, which has been overfarmed and needs to be reforested.

    CNN.com

  • What is needed is an owner -- or, if not an owner, at least someone with sovereign power over the commons to set rules and to make sure everyone only farms his share, to make sure it doesn't get overfarmed and destroyed as productive land.

    Ace of Spades HQ

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