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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overorder.
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Donna Barr did come by to pick up 9 boxes of books, mostly Hader & the Colonel, which I wayyyy overordered.
Our waitress apparently had not idea what a "small" plate was so we overordered on the food- salt and pepper calamari, dumplings, lemongrass risottos, seared lamb with chutney, and duck confit all with an Asian Fusion theme.
Or perhaps a friend will have overordered and will give you the extras.
Businesses overordered, and once surplus goods are sold, production and employment growth will increase.
However, looking at these lists, I see quite a few things that most stores including our own...we're not innocent in this probably way overordered.
We had conspicuously overordered-an injera-lined platter each of lega tibs (a red beef stew), a veggie combo, and lamb tibis (sauteed chunks of lamb) - but at meal's end we couldn't stop rooting through the remains to pick out the toothy, caramelized whole cloves of garlic buried there.
Indeed, overordered at Gerald’s request to allow for breakage.