The faults are the faults of overstudy, the faults of correctness and maturity.
When the brain grows weary from overstudy, I seem to be in it.
He no longer abused himself with short sleep, overwork, and overstudy.
The sad life of Henry is the truest indictment of overstudy that I know.
But there is not much danger that many young people nowadays will die of overstudy.
As a remedy for dizziness caused by overstudy, mixing mortar has no equal.
Often enough the effects which are attributed to overstudy are properly due to this debasing habit.
When he has finished collecting them he looks less like a victim of bees than of overstudy.
When Hollister was eighteen years old he had been briefly troubled by an affliction of his eyes brought on from overstudy.
overstudy in school, poor blood, poor nourishment are always accompanied by inability to sleep soundly.
to study too much or too hard
He overstudied and was so exhausted that he could not remember anything when he took the test.