overfar

overfar

(ˌəʊvəˈfɑː)
adv
too far
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The adorable mammals were almost wiped out in the 1950s by pesticides, overfar ming, and the mass destruction of riverbanks.
Think about all the money paid by supporters and hospitality-box holders for tickets to matches at Lord's, yet can anyone truly say they got value for money at last year's Nat West final, when the Bears were rolled over cheaply and the game was overfar too early.