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- adjective fed excessively.
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- adjective Excessively
fed, fed too much.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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- adjective too well nourished
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But the pigeons of London are squat and swollen and angry, glaring at you with the squat reluctance to move that I’ve only seen in overfed housecats; screw you, buddy, they say silently, I’ve got a place here.
Dodos kept in captivity could just have been overfed, which is why they tended to look much fatter than other birds of a similar shape and size.
Although at least 50 percent of the U.S. population is considered obese or "overfed," many people suffer from some of the same micronutrient deficiencies as malnourished people here in sub-Saharan Africa because of over consumption of high-fat and highly processed foods -- yet another ironic thing Americans and Africans have in common.
It may be; but the German love of food is not necessarily a sign of grossness, and that "overfed" appearance, of which the
It turns out cells don't like to be "overfed," Schwartz said.
We are overfed with seriousness, whether in the classrooms, spiritual centers, spas, or playgrounds.
Why, yes it does: confirms that you are an “overfed, long-haired leaping gnome”.
Yep, the thought of a bunch of rural small businesses going bust during a recession so that overfed urban lawyers can feel briefly virtuous sure makes me chuckle.
Jeff Hall: Yep, the thought of a bunch of rural small businesses going bust during a recession so that overfed urban lawyers can feel briefly virtuous sure makes me chuckle.
Getty Images DJ Harvey He's known to play long and eclectic sets, with a sense of shape to both the parts and the whole, and his sound of choice is disco—not the kind of overfed, undernourished disco played on oldies radio but the lithe and lively sort that bubbled up from New York's formative dance clubs in the 1970s and '80s.