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Verb: overdraw (overdrew,overdrawn)  ,ow-vu(r)'dro
  1. Draw more money from than is available
    "She overdrew her account"
  2. To enlarge beyond bounds or the truth
    "tended to romanticize and overdraw this 'gracious Old South' imagery";
    - overstate, exaggerate, hyperbolize, hyperbolise [Brit], magnify, amplify

Derived forms: overdrawing, overdrew, overdraws, overdrawn

Type of: disinform, draw, draw off, misinform, mislead, take out, withdraw

Encyclopedia: Overdraw