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.
Related formsun·o·ver·drawn, adjective
Examples from the Web for overdraw
So long as he does not overdraw his account, we are bound to honour his cheques.Johnny Ludlow, Second Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
A right to overdraw, can, of course, only arise from agreement.
One of these was that no one of the directors could at any time, or under any circumstances, overdraw his account at the bank.
And, as you say, we all overdraw on the future, from time to time.The White Blackbird|Hudson Douglas
The abuse of overdraw checks cannot be too severely reprobated.Riding and Driving|Edward L. Anderson