overgrown

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overgrown

said of a part that has not been kept trimmed.
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Overgrown claw in a cow ('scissor claw'). By permission from Blowey RW, Weaver AD, Diseases and Disorders of Cattle, Mosby, 1997

overgrown hoof
overgrown hooves put unusual stresses on bones and tendons and allow for distortion of the wall and sole.
overgrown incisors
occurs in guinea pigs, rabbits, rats, usually because malocclusion prevents wearing down by opposing teeth, or the lack of hard surfaces in the environment for chewing. Excessively long teeth need to be clipped.