verb: Simple past tense and past participle of overbuild.
adjective: Having had excessive construction performed on a building or in an area.
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(He also says Philadelphia looks less bad than other places - for instance we're less 'overbuilt' - but he wouldn't go examples.) what we heard from Philadelphians who visited the Association for Corporate Growth
Describing Landesman as "our nation's nominal top funding dog," as one blogger did during the kerfuffle over the chairman's suggestion that the nation's resident theater scene is "overbuilt" meaning the funding is thin and artists aren't making much of a living, perhaps overstates the NEA's largesse.
The prime minister told a City audience the US and Spain had "overbuilt" homes during the years of rising prices.
What other cities really are "overbuilt" in the high-rise condo market, in comparison to Austin?
Our lungs are "overbuilt" and have a tremendous reserve volume compared with the amount of air we inhale when at rest.