Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overpopulate.
  • adjective Having a higher population than can be sustained in an area.

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Examples

  • However, we have been trying new laws here, such as antler restrictions and taking more does in overpopulated counties and it seems to be working and these laws are expanding into 52 more counties this year.

    Seven Reasons to Stop Baiting Whitetails Now

  • However, we have been trying new laws here, such as antler restrictions and taking more does in overpopulated counties and it seems to be working and these laws are expanding into 52 more counties this year.

    Seven Reasons to Stop Baiting Whitetails Now

  • I totally AGREE with JPO's "overpopulated" - full up - statement, but not with the rest of his comments.

    timesofmalta.com

  • I totally AGREE with JPO's "overpopulated" - full up - statement, but not with the rest of his comments.

    timesofmalta.com

  • "overpopulated" - ever since those scenes and faces and wailing voices, I have been searching for a guide through this devastation.

    NPR Topics: News

  • They figured that the "overpopulated" world was about to be decimated by famine, the exhaustion of fossil fuels, global shortages of vital minerals, pollution, cancer epidemics, nuclear-reactor meltdowns, and assorted technological disasters.

    NYT > Home Page

  • They figured that the "overpopulated" world was about to be decimated by famine, the exhaustion of fossil fuels, global shortages of vital minerals, pollution, cancer epidemics, nuclear-reactor meltdowns, and assorted technological disasters.

    NYT > Home Page

  • They figured that the "overpopulated" world was about to be decimated by famine, the exhaustion of fossil fuels, global shortages of vital minerals, pollution, pesticides, cancer epidemics, nuclear-reactor meltdowns, and assorted technological disasters.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • They figured that the "overpopulated" world was about to be decimated by famine, the exhaustion of fossil fuels, global shortages of vital minerals, pollution, cancer epidemics, nuclear-reactor meltdowns, and assorted technological disasters.

    NYT > Home Page

  • They figured that the "overpopulated" world was about to be decimated by famine, the exhaustion of fossil fuels, global shortages of vital minerals, pollution, cancer epidemics, nuclear-reactor meltdowns, and assorted technological disasters.

    NYT > Home Page

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