Definition of Overcrammed

1. overcram [v] - See also: overcram



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overcrammed

overcorrecting
overcorrection
overcorrections
overcorrects
overcostly
overcount
overcounted
overcounting
overcounts
overcover
overcovered
overcovering
overcovers
overcoy
overcram
overcrammed (current term)
overcramming
overcrams
overcraw
overcraws
overcredulity
overcredulous
overcritical
overcritically
overcriticize
overcriticized
overcriticizes
overcriticizing
overcrop
overcropped

Literary usage of Overcrammed

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1. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1859)
"Any one who has instructed children who have been previously overcrammed with religious teaching, even to repugnance and ..."

2. American Journal of Education (1878)
"... that a young man loses not only the natural simplicity and coherence of his idea, but yet more his capacity to observe, because he has been overcrammed ..."

3. Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation in 1838-1839 by Fanny Kemble (1864)
"Their dwellings are shockingly dilapidated and overcrammed—poor creatures!—and it seems hard that, while exhorting them to spend labor in cleaning and ..."

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