Origin of overgrowth
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As a rule this line is broken by the overgrowth of the wattle at the base of the beak.The Making of Species
Overgrowth of a part due to a multiplication of its elements.
Induration and overgrowth of the connective tissue of an organ.
The elephant is comic, the camel and the giraffe are comic, all overgrowth is comic.Glimpses of Bengal
Sir Rabindranath Tagore
Excessive novel-reading creates an overgrowth of the passions.Popular Amusements
J. T. Crane
Word Origin and History for overgrowth
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper