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synonyms for overbuilt

  • jam-packed
  • full
  • overflowing
  • overpopulated
  • stuffed
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How to use overbuilt in a sentence

A plain, now overbuilt, stretched from the foot of these walls along the Golden Horn.
THE WALLS OF CONSTANTINOPLEBERNARD GRANVILLE BAKER
Taranto is overbuilt into the semblance of a medival if not a modern city.
NAPLES PAST AND PRESENTARTHUR H. NORWAY
The grounds of the Franciscan Friary have been overbuilt by a brewery, but the fine seven-light window and tower still stand.
THE SUNNY SIDE OF IRELANDJOHN O'MAHONY AND R. LLOYD PRAEGER
There is no doubt but at one time, directly after the coming of the capital, Rome was badly overbuilt.
ROMAN HOLIDAYS AND OTHERSW. D. HOWELLS
But this fundamental idea he overbuilt with a heavy mass of mere notions, and psychological acts of arbitrary reflection.
BIOGRAPHIA LITERARIASAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
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WORDS RELATED TO OVERBUILT

  • full
  • jam-packed
  • overbuilt
  • overflowing
  • overpopulated
  • stuffed
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