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  1. (n) the state of high or excessive activity or productivity or concentration
  2. (n) a high gear used at high speeds to maintain the driving speed with less output power
  3. (v) drive or work too hard
  4. (v) make use of too often or too extensively


  • Hogan, no man to let salt water scare him, promptly overdrove the green; several of his fellow prosincluding Jimmy Thomson and Ralph Hutchinsondunked their first ball into .


  1. "I just overdrove it into (turn) one, pretty much the same thing that happened to Tony," said Gordon on his way back to the garage. "We're right on the edge in the braking zone getting into one......just stupid. Tony was really good and I...
    on Aug 13, 2005 By: Jeff Gordon Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

  2. "I think I just overdrove the entries and exits, and he was good," said Stewart, who moved up two spots to seventh in the points race.
    on Aug 13, 2006 By: Tony Stewart Source: SportingNews.com

  3. "This place I love it, feels like Darlington, the old Rockingham - You race the racetrack," Busch said. "Our car was dynamite. At times it got a little loose, I overdrove it, got into trouble. Brushed the wall, scraped the wall."
    on Mar 9, 2009 By: Kyle Busch Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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