overdrew overdrew  /ˈoʊ vərd ˌru/


  1. (v) draw more money from than is available
  2. (v) to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth


  1. Among other questionable practices, members of Lance's family regularly overdrew their accounts at the bank.
  2. According to the report, Lance's wife LaBelle overdrew her account by as much as $110,000 in the last four months of 1974.
  3. Last August he overdrew by $73, and the bank put a stop on further debt.
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