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To absorb (liquid, for example) through pores or interstices:
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  1. To absorb (liquid, for example) through pores or interstices:
  2. To remove (a stain, for example) by continued immersion:
  3. To make thoroughly wet; drench or saturate
To make excessive demands on
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  1. To make excessive demands on
  2. To tax in excess of what is considered appropriate or just.
  3. To subject to an excessive burden or strain.
To foil or escape by tricks or by good luck
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  1. To foil or escape by tricks or by good luck
  2. To deprive of or destroy the effect of through error or ignorance
  3. (Informal) To be sexually unfaithful:
To burden oppressively; weigh down
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  1. To burden oppressively; weigh down
  2. To burden with too much weight; overload.
  3. To subject to an excessive burden or strain; overtax.
To force beyond the proper or reasonable limit:
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  1. To force beyond the proper or reasonable limit:
  2. To exert, use, or tax to the utmost:
  3. The extent to which a body is distorted when it is subjected to a deforming force, as when under stress. The distortion can involve a change both in shape and in size. All measures of strain are dimensionless (they have no unit of measure). &diamf3; Axial strain is equal to the ratio between the change in length of an object and its original length. &diamf3; Volume strain is equal to the ratio between the change in volume of an object and its original volume. It is also called bulk strain. &diamf3; Shear strain is equal to the ratio between the amount by which an object is skewed and its length.
(Slang) To waste time:
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  1. (Slang) To waste time:
  2. (Informal) To move back and forth in a jerky or rapid manner; jiggle
  3. To cheat, swindle, or victimize
To shear the fleece from.
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  1. To shear the fleece from.
  2. To cover or fleck with fleecy masses
  3. To cover with a fleece or similar covering.
To cut (an item) out of (a newspaper, magazine, etc.)
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  1. To cut (an item) out of (a newspaper, magazine, etc.)
  2. (Informal) To hit with a sharp blow:
  3. To cut the hair of
(Informal) To cheat out of money, etc.; also, to overcharge
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  1. (Informal) To cheat out of money, etc.; also, to overcharge
  2. To force out the eye of (a person) with one's thumb.
  3. In fighting, to push one's thumb into the eye of
To cut into and wound slightly:
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  1. To cut into and wound slightly:
  2. To cut a nick or notch in.
  3. To cut short; check:
(Informal) To scalp bonds, tickets, etc.
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  1. (Informal) To scalp bonds, tickets, etc.
  2. To buy and sell securities or commodities for small quick profits.
  3. To cut or tear the scalp from.
The outer covering of a vertebrate animal, consisting of two layers of cells, a thick inner layer (the dermis) and a thin outer layer (the epidermis). Structures such as hair, scales, or feathers are contained in the skin, as are fat cells, sweat glands, and sensory receptors. Skin provides a protective barrier against disease-causing microorganisms and against the sun's ultraviolet rays. In warm-blooded animals, it aids in temperature regulation, as by insulating against the cold.
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  1. The outer covering of a vertebrate animal, consisting of two layers of cells, a thick inner layer (the dermis) and a thin outer layer (the epidermis). Structures such as hair, scales, or feathers are contained in the skin, as are fat cells, sweat glands, and sensory receptors. Skin provides a protective barrier against disease-causing microorganisms and against the sun's ultraviolet rays. In warm-blooded animals, it aids in temperature regulation, as by insulating against the cold.
  2. To become covered with skin or a similar layer:
  3. To remove skin from
To give an exaggerated description or account
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  1. To give an exaggerated description or account
  2. To think, speak, or write of as greater than is really so; magnify beyond the fact; overstate
  3. To consider, represent, or cause to appear as larger, more important, or more extreme than is actually the case; overstate:
To express with hyperbole.
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  1. To express with hyperbole.
  2. (Now rare) To represent or talk about with hyperbole.
  3. (Intransitive, now rare) To exaggerate, use hyperbole.
To blow full or swell out as with air or gas; distend; expand; dilate
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  1. To blow full or swell out as with air or gas; distend; expand; dilate
  2. To become inflated; swell
  3. To increase or raise beyond what is normal or valid
To increase the volume of (sound):
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  1. To increase the volume of (sound):
  2. To have the power of increasing the apparent size of an object, as a microscope or telescope does
  3. To cause to seem or appear larger than is really so; increase the apparent size of, esp. by means of a lens or lenses
To state in exaggerated terms.
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  1. To state in exaggerated terms.
  2. To exaggerate; to state or claim too much.
  3. To give an extravagant or magnified account of (facts, truth, etc.); exaggerate
Find another word for overcharge. In this page you can discover 30 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for overcharge, like: soak, overtax, cheat, charge to excess, overburden, strain, lay it on, rip-off, diddle, deceive and fleece.