Definition of Overexerted

1. Verb. (past of overexert) ¹



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Definition of Overexerted

1. overexert [v] - See also: overexert

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overexerted

overexamined
overexcitability
overexcitable
overexcitation
overexcite
overexcited
overexcitement
overexcites
overexciting
overexercise
overexercised
overexercises
overexercising
overexert
overexert oneself
overexerted (current term)
overexerting
overexertion
overexertions
overexerts
overexpand
overexpanded
overexpanding
overexpands
overexpansion
overexpansions
overexpectation
overexplain
overexplained
overexplaining

Literary usage of Overexerted

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1922)
"... dreams of an overexerted imagination in order to be a fantastical and original story- writer; but even the wildest, most unreal fancy requires a plan, ..."

2. The Medical Clinics of North America by Richard J. Havel, K. Patrick Ober (1918)
"The individual may get an attack whenever the muscle is overexerted. He may get an attack, but need not, as the presence or absence of pain evidently ..."

3. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1881)
"overexerted himself, that's all, and now he's suffering for it. We were burying men all the time who died from the same cause. I said that it ought not to ..."

4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1908)
"During the first three weeks in April he was about outdoors, sometimes walking over half a mile. Then he overexerted himself, and had a return of ..."

5. The Bookman (1908)
"It is all pleasant and quaint enough for us to read nowadays, but in the act of writing a good many plain minds must have overexerted themselves abominably. ..."

6. The Principles of Psychology by Herbert Spencer (1885)
"... perceptive faculty must be called into play, while none are overexerted : there must be a great body of the feeling arising from their moderate action, ..."

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