- to feed or eat to excess.
Origin of overfeed
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Examples from the Web for overfed
Overfed celebrities, muttered the cabbies before switching their receivers to Radio Chanson.Russia's Olympic Choke Job
February 26, 2010
He used to say that the bourgeoisie, the smug, overfed lot, had killed them.A Set of Six
They were not overfed; I never saw youngsters so much let alone.A Bird-Lover in the West
Olive Thorne Miller
He was not as tall as Broom, and he looked soft and overfed.Viewpoint
Gordon Randall Garrett
I am glad you are not one of your gross, overfed men, Deucalion.The Lost Continent
C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne
Not only baffled in his search, but lost, like an overfed Gorgio, on the moor.Katerfelto
G. J. Whyte-Melville
Word Origin and History for overfed
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- To feed or eat too often or too much.
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