Definition of Overbeaten

1. Verb. (past participle of overbeat) ¹



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Definition of Overbeaten

1. overbeat [v] - See also: overbeat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overbeaten

overbalancing
overbank
overbank flooding
overbanked
overbar
overbarren
overbars
overbattle
overbear
overbearance
overbearing
overbearingly
overbearingness
overbears
overbeat
overbeaten (current term)
overbeating
overbeats
overbed
overbejeweled
overbend
overbending
overbends
overbent
overbet
overbets
overbetted
overbetting
overbid
overbidden

Literary usage of Overbeaten

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1. The Dictionary of Dainty Breakfasts by Phillis Browne (1899)
"Eggs overbeaten make a watery omelette. Moderate though the beating is, it should not take place until the moment before cooking. Omelettes require a clear ..."

2. Barbarous Mexico: An Indictment of a Cruel and Corrupt System by John Kenneth Turner (1910)
"... free laborers of his realm to replenish the overworked and underfed, the overbeaten, the dying slaves of his plantation. How are the slaves recruited? ..."

3. Modern Pulp and Paper Making: A Practical Treatise by George Strong Witham (1920)
"... as if it is attempted to beat them in one and the same engine, the sulphite will be overbeaten long before the kraft is properly worked up. ..."

4. Technology of Cellulose Esters: A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the by Edward Chauncey Worden (1921)
"In the nitration of thin paper, success depends on the structure of the latter: overbeaten fibers give bad results. ..."

5. The Worthies of Cumberland by Henry Lonsdale (1867)
"... and are, from ignorance and prejudice, fearful and disinclined to abandon the overbeaten track of mismanagement." Here, as in other parts of Scotland, ..."

6. Food and cookery for the sick and convalescent by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1912)
"Great care must be taken that cream is not overbeaten, which would give it a curdled appearance. Very heavy cream should be diluted with from one-fourth to ..."

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