Manure well; but remember that it is possible to overfeed the soil of a garden, so as to render it unproductive.
We have to be careful not to overfeed the guests, and yet we must be sure that they have enough to eat.
It is a much more serious risk to overfeed the baby than to underfeed him.
Why should I overdrink and overfeed myself and give my strength to follies?
We starve the healthful emotions of children in order that we may overfeed their intellects.
Blair shouted, "Lennard's a born hospital nurse, but he'll overfeed your patient."
Some of the Guardians privately hinted to the master that it was unnecessary to overfeed the infant.
Do not overfeed the gray; Give a plenty to the bay; And be careful with your lantern when you go among the hay.
But to overfeed a passage hawk before putting her up to wait on, is to court the loss of her.
The London public, he said, overfeed themselves with music; they cannot healthily digest the lengthy menu provided for them.
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.