overfilled[ oh-ver-fil ]SEE DEFINITION OF overfilled
Synonyms for overfilled
- packed like sardines
- up to the rafters
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERFILLED
The puticuli—common pits in which slaves were kept—began to be overfilled.
You have overfilled the teapot, and the tea is running out on the tray.
Yet she knew it, and her young heart was overfilled with happiness.
They should never be overfilled; the oil should not be allowed to come into contact with the metal work of the burner.
M——, a somewhat frivolous and unscrupulous beauty, who had bled his not overfilled purse with the avidity of a leech.
I wiped away those tears with my handkerchief, and they flowed again, without effort, like the water in an overfilled glass.
On the raft were about seventy men knee deep in water, and the pinnace also appeared to be overfilled.
Unter den Linden, in expectation of the Kaiser's return, was overfilled with excited, waiting throngs.
There was no commonest event of my daily life to which the countess had not given importance, had not overfilled with happiness.
Let it be explained or apportioned as it may, this additional scandal is felt to have overfilled the measure.