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overdevelop

[¦ō·vər·di′vel·əp]
(graphic arts)
To process a photographic film or plate for too long a time or in a solution that is too concentrated.
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Choose destinations that are not overcrowded or overdevelop
Yet many still cling to the myth that hatcheries allow Americans to continue to dam and pollute their rivers, overdevelop and overgraze their watersheds and clear-cut their forests and still have abundant, healthy wild fish runs.
CAMPAIGNING residents turned out in force to protest against plans for a housing scheme they fear will overdevelop the area.
However, residents neighbouring Railway Terrace are concerned that SP Properties - who have acquired the site off the A55 expressway on behalf of a hotel chain - will overdevelop the area.
However, no one should be deceived into believing the already-disproved myth that hatcheries can allow Americans to dam and pollute their rivers, overdevelop and overgraze their watersheds and clear-cut their forests and still have abundant, healthy salmon runs.
Dear Editor, - It is clear that the Government will overdevelop our urban areas and will blight the countryside on our doorsteps with new housing.