verb (used with object), o·ver·grew, o·ver·grown, o·ver·grow·ing.
verb (used without object), o·ver·grew, o·ver·grown, o·ver·grow·ing.
Origin of overgrow
Related Words for overgrowncrowded, dense, lush, disordered, overrun, rank, disproportionate, excessive, huge, large, thick, wild, colossal, jungly
Examples from the Web for overgrown
Contemporary Examples of overgrown
One was overgrown with trees, where young men rested in the shade.Fighting Back With Faith: Inside the Yezidis’ Iraqi Temple
August 21, 2014
He had on tan pants and a white T-shirt, had a goatee, and his overgrown hair was held back to one side with a barrette.The Stacks: The Day ‘The Big Lebowski’ Came to Life
July 26, 2014
On June 5, a highway worker cutting an overgrown patch along a road in Geneva, Wisconsin, came upon a pair of discarded suitcases.How ‘MrHandcuffs’ Ended Up With Two Corpses in Suitcases
June 30, 2014
These guys, these overgrown Just Williams, were running the world of insurance?How John Lennon Rediscovered His Music in Bermuda
November 3, 2013
One image on ThatLooksLikeADick shows a sheep with an overgrown horn that bears a stunning resemblance to male anatomy.Penis Pics: Behind the Instagram Account That Looks Like a Dick
August 14, 2013
Historical Examples of overgrown
"Mr. Bellmer's an overgrown cherub with a monocle," I laughed.The Bacillus of Beauty
At times they lost the trail, as it was overgrown with fern and berry bush.Indian Legends of Vancouver Island
He looked like a huge, overgrown schoolboy with a corked moustache.It Happened in Egypt
C. N. Williamson
I saw it from my window; I saw also how the grass had overgrown the pavement of the street.
It was a moor at the time of the battle in 1485, overgrown with thistles and scutch-grass.England, Picturesque and Descriptive