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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overfeed.


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  • Patting his stomach he said to me, My wife overfeeds me.

    The Lensman's Children

  • She overfeeds my Jack Russell Terrier and he has fat pockets.

    The crime of overfeeding your dog.

  • Who is going to come out in defense of overfeeding animals in an America currently dealing with how much it overfeeds itself?

    Foie Gras

  • She loves animals and may have a houseful of strays that she overfeeds and indulges.


  • "If a mouse overfeeds it will gain weight, but it will remain a mouse" he told the cheering crowd.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • So that an individual who habitually overfeeds becomes, after a time, easily tired, physically lazy, weak, perhaps if temperamentally predisposed, nervous and hypochondriacal.

    No Animal Food and Nutrition and Diet with Vegetable Recipes

  • Tappan, a heathenish idea persists that what they need more than hygienics and scientific discipline is some of that old-fashioned love -- love which rocks them when it is not good for them -- love which overfeeds them sometimes so that they yell with old-fashioned colic -- love which ventures a bacilli-laden kiss.

    The Danger Mark

  • He is idle and overfeeds himself: he is punished by gout, indigestion, or apoplexy.


  • Gustav the Goldfish, a boy overfeeds his pet fish, causing it to outgrow its surroundings;

    Wired Top Stories

  • Plot: A boy overfeeds his goldfish, which quickly outgrows every container in the house.

    Wired Top Stories


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