overfed celebrities, muttered the cabbies before switching their receivers to Radio Chanson.
They were not overfed; I never saw youngsters so much let alone.
Not only baffled in his search, but lost, like an overfed Gorgio, on the moor.
Tetlow's fat, smooth, pasty face of the overfed, underexercised professional man became a curious exhibit of alarm and obstinacy.
You've the passions of overfed lap dogs with atrophied appetites.
This latter had a huge, round head and a fat, brutal face, and his immense body gave him the appearance of an overfed animal.
My designing is beauty wasted on the blindness of the city's overfed.
Beneath the pomp of his trappings, the fat, overfed body protruded grotesquely, and his movements were slow and clumsy.
Why, there was, for us, no more significance in living than there is to any overfed animal!
She gave her card to the overfed menial, who read it—and it was no business of his!
overfeed o·ver·feed (ō'vər-fēd')
v. o·ver·fed (-fěd'), o·ver·feed·ing, o·ver·feeds
To feed or eat too often or too much.