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One might, of course, easily overdraw the picture of the men's condition; it is difficult to describe it faithfully.
Mere it is almost impossible to overdraw the picture, so widespread is the vice.
Perhaps it was that he had some mad hope of persuading the bank manager to allow him to overdraw to that amount.
A DUETARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Lizzie had tried that game before, and knew that the bankers would allow her to overdraw.
THE EUSTACE DIAMONDSANTHONY TROLLOPE
In interpreting the emotions of dumb animals he sometimes overdrew, or seemed to overdraw, their resemblance to human beings.
LANDSEERESTELLE M. HURLL
A Tolstoy with all his power of vivid presentation does not overdraw the picture.
Is there less sin among us modern men, or did such writers as John Bunyan overdraw and exaggerate the sinfulness of sin?
BUNYAN CHARACTERSALEXANDER WHYTE
"No, he shan't overdraw," again repeated John, and his gaze was still downcast.
THE MAN FROM JERICHOEDWIN CARLILE LITSEY
One of these was that no one of the directors could at any time, or under any circumstances, overdraw his account at the bank.
No sane observer will allow himself to overdraw the influence of national character on events.
THE HISTORY OF FREEDOMJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON

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