The tribal territory is over-populated (the clan has no territory).
The country, then, is not over-populated; it is badly governed.
A country is over-populated when its soil cannot yield food for its people.
In fact, the river is over-populated and probably over-fished.
One thing is certain: both these over-populated lands will feel increasingly the imperious need of racial expansion.
It is an over-populated colony of jabbering and quarrelsome monkeys, who fancy they are men.
So, in over-populated Barbadoes, a plantation hand can earn but twenty-five cents for a day's work continued through ten hours.
These over-populated cantons are districts of cultivation by bañados, or the cultivation of flood-lands.
They were made up of drafts from an over-populated manufacturing district.
Heaps of ruins were perceptible at a great distance; this was the once over-populated, but now deserted, Kadikoi.