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- Wearing more clothing than is necessary.
- 1997, John Muir, Nature Writings:
- Some of the children also are blackened, and none are overclad.
- (transitive) To cover the surface of, as if with clothing.
- 1770, William Lithgow, Travels and Voyages Through Europe, Asia and Africa for Nineteen Years:
- Although that, in the days of Solomon, this mountain was overclad with forests of cedars, yet now there are but only these, and, nine miles westward thence, seventeen more.
- (transitive) To cover with insulation or cladding.