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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.

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  • 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.

    More on the Move- and Martinis

  • Or perhaps a friend will have overordered and will give you the extras.

    Become Your Own Matchmaker

  • Businesses overordered, and once surplus goods are sold, production and employment growth will increase.

    Is This The Right Medicine?

  • 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.

    Archive 2005-09-11

  • 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.

    Chicago Reader

  • Indeed, overordered at Gerald’s request to allow for breakage.

    Bird Cloud


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