overcrowd[ oh-ver-kroud ]SEE DEFINITION OF overcrowd
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERCROWD
One of the secrets of success in society is not to overcrowd anything.
The result of this, therefore, was further excessive increases in rental rates, which greatly enhanced the tendency to overcrowd.
Aaron counted for less than nothing in a world he helped to overcrowd, and of which he perceived very little.
For however the Imperialists squandered their lives, they would yet overcrowd death.
Rather than overcrowd his ships and to spare his supplies, he refused to take any of the latter.
When so large a number of the larvæ hatch out as to overcrowd the hive, it is the function of the queen to lead forth a swarm.
There will be some careful pruning done for the good of the human race, which, as it is, threatens to overcrowd the earth.
The effect of them was merely to call into existence a class of poor tenements in odd corners or to overcrowd the existing houses.
If the wedding is a small one great care should be taken lest the guests are so numerous as to overcrowd the church or home.
These high rents caused the Negroes to overcrowd in order to be able to pay the same.