Thesaurus / overtax
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
This means that minorities are more likely to be overtaxed because they are more likely to own low-priced homes.
HOMES IN POOR NEIGHBORHOODS ARE TAXED AT ROUGHLY TWICE THE RATE OF THOSE IN RICH AREAS, STUDY SHOWSCHRISTOPHER INGRAHAMMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I have allowed him to overtax himself until he is down, and mother and Polly are north at our cottage.
A GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOSTGENE STRATTON PORTER
The Cerebral, lacking a large alimentary system, is not tempted to overload his stomach or overtax his vital organs.
HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHTELSIE LINCOLN BENEDICT AND RALPH PAINE BENEDICT
Failure comes to those who grow weary in the struggle, and to those who overwork themselves and overtax their abilities.
DOLLARS AND SENSECOL. WM. C. HUNTER
Here, having at last come into the region of settlements, they agreed never again to overtax the dogs.
THE MAGNETIC NORTHELIZABETH ROBINS (C. E. RAIMOND)
Order is heaven’s first law, and you should not overtax mediums; for no good Spirit will answer, after their guardians say ‘done.
THE MISSING LINK IN MODERN SPIRITUALISMA. LEAH UNDERHILL
One can overtax a mill site by confining larger and larger amounts of capital within a given area.
ESSENTIALS OF ECONOMIC THEORYJOHN BATES CLARK
We must also provide that the tasks intrusted to the new political apparatus do not overtax its untried strength.
THE EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGNS, 1882 TO 1885CHARLES ROYLE
Constance saw very quickly that weeks of careful nursing lay ahead, and she would not permit her mother to overtax her strength.
THREE LITTLE WOMEN'S SUCCESSGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
As to the second class, they are quite liable to overtax the mind with the burthen of their business.
WORDS RELATED TO OVERTAX
- burn out
- give out
- go stale
- grow weary
- peter out
- put to sleep
- wear down
- wear out
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