Overcharge - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
1. To charge or load to excess; to cloy; to oppress.
The heavy load of abundance with which we overcharge nature -
2. To crowd too much.
Our language is overcharged with consonants.
3. To burden.
4. To fill to excess; to surcharge; as, to overcharge the memory.
5. To load with too great a charge, as a gun.
6. To charge too much; to enter in an account more than is just.
1. An excessive load or burden.
2. A charge in an account of more than is just.
3. A charge beyond what is proper.