Definition of Overfar

1. too great in distance, extent, or degree [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overfar

overextravagant
overexuberance
overexuberant
overexuberantly
overeye
overeyed
overeyes
overfacile
overfall
overfallen
overfalling
overfalls
overfamiliar
overfamiliarity
overfamiliarly
overfar (current term)
overfarm
overfarmed
overfarming
overfast
overfastidious
overfat
overfatigue
overfatigued
overfatigues
overfatiguing
overfavor
overfavored
overfavoring
overfavors

Literary usage of Overfar

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1. The works of William Shakespeare, ed. by W.G. Clark and J. Glover (and W.A by William Shakespeare (1863)
"A lady, sir, though it was said she much resembled me, was yet of many accounted beautiful: but, though I could not with such estimable wonder overfar ..."

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