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Manure well; but remember that it is possible to overfeed the soil of a garden, so as to render it unproductive.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
It is a much more serious risk to overfeed the baby than to underfeed him.
We have to be careful not to overfeed the guests, and yet we must be sure that they have enough to eat.
POND AND STREAMARTHUR RANSOME
Don't Overfeed Invalids.One of the greatest evils to be avoided by those who are nursing the sick is that of over-feeding.
Some of the Guardians privately hinted to the master that it was unnecessary to overfeed the infant.
GINX'S BABYEDWARD JENKINS
Blair shouted, "Lennard's a born hospital nurse, but he'll overfeed your patient."
The London public, he said, overfeed themselves with music; they cannot healthily digest the lengthy menu provided for them.
WAGNER AS I KNEW HIMFERDINAND CHRISTIAN WILHELM PRAEGER
But to overfeed a passage hawk before putting her up to wait on, is to court the loss of her.
We starve the healthful emotions of children in order that we may overfeed their intellects.
CHRISTMAS-TIDEELIZABETH HARRISON
We never overfeed them; it is the only way to keep them hardy, strong, and healthy.

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