overfull overfull


  • (adj) exceeding demand


  1. The report expects that the present working force will drop as some of the overfull employment is eliminated.
  2. The book she got seemed overfull of vital statistics.
  3. But the good eyesight of basically healthy California appeared already to be discovering that the overfull moon which hung above the State was made of green cheese.


  • "The first thing that would happen is that hospitals all across America would be overfull," said Laurie Garrett, senior fellow for Global Health at the Council on Foreign Relations.
    on Nov 1, 2005 By: Laurie Garrett Source: ABC News

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