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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overpack.


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  • "I think a lot of guys kind of overpacked, really not knowing," he said.

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  • Mr. Jeffries had just begun working with P.S. 72, renamed Lexington Academy, with its sliver of a gym and overpacked playground.

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  • When held in the Marian Centre (the largest building in Gladstone where you can have any Catholic ritual in, just happening to be the sports-hall at my school), it's overpacked and sweaty and gross.

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  • I almost bought one myself last month, but my luggage was already overpacked colibri1

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  • Vanessa carried the flesh of her late childhood with her into adolescence just in case, as though she had overpacked, not knowing what she would need.

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  • Even at this level of abstraction, it looked overpacked and organic.

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  • They vie for pride of place with the white-cased salchichón with bloodred meat or overpacked sobrasada that puffs out like a flesh balloon.

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  • As always, I am severely overpacked, but that's OK because I can do that sort of thing.

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  • The red, lace tank top I had bought in New York on a dare from Noelle a few weeks earlier practically sprang out of the overpacked space.


  • The overpacked room of brokers and reporters (including seven on a field trip from The New York Times) laughed appreciatively.

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