Definition of

O.d.

  1. (verb, body) dose too heavily

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Synonyms of O.d.

overdose

Alternate forms of O.d.

Hypernyms: dose, drug

Origin of the word O.d.

  1. abbreviation of overdose, attested from 1960. more

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Words that sound like O.d.

o.e.d., oat, oath, od, odd, oddity, ode, odo, oed, ootid, otho, otho i, otididae, oto, otoe, ottawa, otto i, out, out to, outdated, outdo, outwit

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