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synonyms for overdevelopment

  • bottleneck
  • overpopulation
  • traffic jam
  • crowding
  • excess
  • jam
  • mass
  • press
  • profusion
  • rubber-necking
  • snarl-up
  • surfeit
  • surplus
  • clogging
  • crowdedness
  • overcrowding

antonyms for overdevelopment

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  • flood
  • flow
  • opening
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How to use overdevelopment in a sentence

Soils naturally too rich produce an overdevelopment of vine.
THE GRAPES OF NEW YORKU. P. HEDRICK
Finally, they frequently show an overdevelopment of the sexual instincts and various deviations from normal sexual development.
STUDIES IN FORENSIC PSYCHIATRYBERNARD GLUECK
This insanity may be due wholly to the overdevelopment of the primary ego in the child.
TWENTY YEARS A DETECTIVE IN THE WICKEDEST CITY IN THE WORLDCLIFTON R. WOOLDRIDGE
Nor are correctives lacking for the abuses which may enter in through an overdevelopment of self-interest.
CREATING CAPITALFREDERICK L. LIPMAN
If Polly Perkins developed a chin and rushed off, what might Kent have done with an overdevelopment of chin already there?
MOLLY BROWN OF KENTUCKYNELL SPEED
But the process of overdevelopment continued in the industry.
THE COMING OF COALROBERT W. BRUERE
But we may abstract from the extremes of abnormal deficiency and abnormal overdevelopment in particular functions.
PSYCHOLOGY AND INDUSTRIAL EFFICIENCYHUGO MNSTERBERG
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WORDS RELATED TO OVERDEVELOPMENT

  • bottleneck
  • clogging
  • crowdedness
  • crowding
  • excess
  • jam
  • mass
  • overcrowding
  • overdevelopment
  • overpopulation
  • press
  • profusion
  • rubber-necking
  • snarl-up
  • surfeit
  • surplus
  • traffic jam
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.