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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overfill.

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Examples

  • Like a three dimensional, media enhanced take-off of the game of "Telephone," Stephen G. Rhodes 'untitled installation overfills its host gallery, leaving barely enough room for visitors peering into his dramatically lit, cluttered construction to walk around and contemplate the chaotic set from a variety of vantage points.

    ArtScene: Top Shows in the West Kick Off the New Art Season

  • Like a three dimensional, media enhanced take-off of the game of "Telephone," Stephen G. Rhodes 'untitled installation overfills its host gallery, leaving barely enough room for visitors peering into his dramatically lit, cluttered construction to walk around and contemplate the chaotic set from a variety of vantage points.

    ArtScene: Top Shows in the West Kick Off the New Art Season

  • So naturally you give, and then you give some more, and then you give to the point of breaking, and then and only then it gives back, so bountifully it overfills not only your root cellar but also that parched and weedy little patch we call the soul.

    The Dirty Life

  • Like a three dimensional, media enhanced take-off of the game of "Telephone," Stephen G. Rhodes 'untitled installation overfills its host gallery, leaving barely enough room for visitors peering into his dramatically lit, cluttered construction to walk around and contemplate the chaotic set from a variety of vantage points.

    ArtScene: Top Shows in the West Kick Off the New Art Season

  • Like a three dimensional, media enhanced take-off of the game of "Telephone," Stephen G. Rhodes 'untitled installation overfills its host gallery, leaving barely enough room for visitors peering into his dramatically lit, cluttered construction to walk around and contemplate the chaotic set from a variety of vantage points.

    ArtScene: Top Shows in the West Kick Off the New Art Season

  • The matter they lack is sensual or intellectual -- the accumulated paragraphs feel like a wide-angle lens's view of everything -- and the matter that overfills them is unwelcome or unnecessary information.

    The Scarecrow-in-the-Desert Effect

  • No need: as usual, the room fills, then overfills; latecomers perch on the windowsills.

    King Of The Canon

  • The matter they lack is sensual or intellectual -- the accumulated paragraphs feel like a wide-angle lens's view of everything -- and the matter that overfills them is unwelcome or unnecessary information.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • These 11 cases are just the more serious cases of overfills of government vehicles and involve at least 32000 litres of fuel.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Love in ignorance squanders what love, informed, crowds and overfills with tokens of eternity.

    An Excellent Mystery

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