The one comfort is that nature, wiser than our masters, sets herself against this rude system of overloading the brain.
overloading his stomach at late meals, no doubt, caused some of them.
Allow sufficient ornament, not overloading the book with it.
The words mean the same thing in their origin—an overloading.
Now, no one will accuse Swinburne of overloading his pages with thought; it is not there the obscurity lies.
But let me caution you first of all about overloading, for this is the most natural thing to do.
A few days' overloading were not minded, as the provisions would soon decrease.
Though anxious to take off as many as the boat could carry, Harry, afraid of overloading her, at length resolved to take no more.
This severe but elegant simplicity is perhaps a reaction from the overloading of tables which has long prevailed.
He spent much of the rest of his life in overloading it with valueless additions.
(Or "Operator overloading"). Use of a single symbol to represent operators with different argument types, e.g. "-", used either, as a monadic operator to negate an expression, or as a dyadic operator to return the difference between two expressions. Another example is "+" used to add either integers or floating-point numbers. Overloading is also known as ad-hoc polymorphism.
User-defined operator overloading is provided by several modern programming languages, e.g. C++'s class system and the functional programming language Haskell's type classes.