verb (used with object), o·ver·drew, o·ver·drawn, o·ver·draw·ing.
verb (used without object), o·ver·drew, o·ver·drawn, o·ver·draw·ing.
Origin of overdraw
Related Words for overdrawmislead, promote, misrepresent, deceive, enhance, inflate, aggravate, overstate, overestimate, overdo, exaggerate, overuse, overemphasize, maximize, fudge, embellish, augment, misinterpret, confuse, skew
Examples from the Web for overdraw
Historical Examples of overdraw
I cannot do my work unless I overdraw my current health account.Civics and Health
William H. Allen
But when I overdraw I always threaten to transfer my account.Daisy's Aunt
E. F. (Edward Frederic) Benson
So long as he does not overdraw his account, we are bound to honour his cheques.Johnny Ludlow, Second Series
Mrs. Henry Wood
The abuse of overdraw checks cannot be too severely reprobated.Riding and Driving
Edward L. Anderson
It also certainly in his later years led him to overdraw them.Life and Letters of Robert Browning
Mrs. Sutherland Orr