What is another word for over grew?

22 synonyms found


[ ˌə͡ʊvə ɡɹˈuː], [ ˌə‍ʊvə ɡɹˈuː], [ ˌəʊ_v_ə ɡ_ɹ_ˈuː]

"Overgrew" is a verb that is used to describe the growth of something beyond its expected size or limit. There are various synonymous words that can be used instead of "overgrew" such as "outgrew," "overshot," "overstepped," "exceeded," or "surpassed." These synonyms indicate a similar concept of something growing and expanding beyond its capacity. "Outgrew" conveys the idea of surpassing the initial size or capacity, while "overshot" implies exceeding the desired or expected limit. "Overstepped" is often used to describe boundaries being crossed, and "exceeded" and "surpassed" both suggest going beyond what is expected or deemed suitable. In essence, these alternatives emphasize the act of something growing beyond its limits, whether physical or metaphorical.

Related words: overgrown, over grown, over grow, overgrooming

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    What are the hypernyms for Over grew?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    What are the opposite words for over grew?

    The word "over grew" does not have any official antonyms as it is not a recognized word in the English language. However, the two words that make up "over grew" do have antonyms. "Over" can have the antonyms "under" or "less than", while "grew" can have the antonym "shrank". If we consider the meaning of "over grew" as growing excessively, then the antonyms can be "stunted" or "restrained". It is important to note that the term "over growing" is often used in reference to plants or vegetation that has grown too much, and in such contexts, the antonyms could be "pruned" or "trimmed".

    What are the antonyms for Over grew?

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