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overfeed

(ō′vər-fēd′)
tr. & intr.v. over·fed (-fĕd′), over·feeding, over·feeds
To feed or eat too often or too much.
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They don't like being overfed but if left undisturbed they will multiply, brightening up autumn and spring every year.
Calorie restricted mice also take much longer to develop dementia than overfed mice.
In overfed Landes geese, LPL activity is negatively correlated with fatty liver weight (Davail et al.
The three-year-old domestic rabbit had been so overfed she struggled for breath because of her rolls of fat.
OBESE, overfed and dangerously unhealthy - that's the current crisis in horse welfare, says a survey.
An overfed malnourished duck is sluggish and can't escape from predators.
For two months, the researchers put seven members of the obese group on a diet (they lost 18 pounds) and overfed the lean folks (they gained 9 pounds).
If they are badly fed or overfed, it is little wonder they are sick
However, the animals' prediabetic symptoms came on suddenly, after 16 weeks of being overfed.
They're used to dancing with those graceful offenses in the Pacific-10 instead of wrestling with the overfed guys from other conferences.
Though somewhat overfed with the massive decor and four hundred costumes by Ramon B.
The cliche went that the Americans were "oversexed, overpaid, overfed, and over here.