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outlay
I. transitive verb (outlaid; -laying) Date: 1802 to lay out (money) ; expend II. noun Date: 1798 1. the act of expending 2. expenditure, payment
outlet
noun Etymology: Middle English ut-lete, from ut out + -lete watercourse, from Old English gelǣt, from lǣtan to let Date: 13th century 1. a. a place or opening through ...
outlet pass
noun Date: circa 1975 a pass made in basketball by the player taking a defensive rebound to a teammate to start a fast break
outlier
noun Date: 1676 1. a person whose residence and place of business are at a distance 2. something (as a geological feature) that is situated away from or classed differently ...
outline
I. noun Date: 1662 1. a. a line that marks the outer limits of an object or figure ; boundary b. shape 2. a. a style of drawing in which contours are marked without ...
outlive
transitive verb Date: 15th century 1. to live beyond or longer than 2. to survive the effects of
outlook
noun Date: 1667 1. a. a place offering a view b. a view from a particular place 2. point of view 3. the act of looking out 4. the prospect for the future ...
outlying
adjective Date: circa 1690 remote from a center or main body
outmatch
transitive verb Date: 1603 to prove superior to ; outdo
outmode
transitive verb (outmoded; outmoding) Etymology: out (of) mode Date: 1906 to make unfashionable or obsolete
outmoded
adjective Date: 1903 1. not being in style 2. no longer acceptable, current, or usable
outmost
adjective Date: 12th century farthest out ; outermost
outnumber
transitive verb Date: 1670 to exceed in number
outpace
transitive verb Date: 1611 1. to surpass in speed 2. outdo
outpatient
noun Usage: often attributive Date: 1715 a patient who is not hospitalized overnight but who visits a hospital, clinic, or associated facility for diagnosis or treatment — ...
outplacement
noun Date: 1970 the process of easing unwanted or unneeded executives out of a company by providing company-paid assistance in finding them new jobs
outpoint
transitive verb Date: 1883 1. to sail closer to the wind than 2. to win more points than (as in a boxing match)
outport
noun Date: 1642 1. chiefly British a port other than the main port of a country 2. a small fishing village especially in Newfoundland
outpost
noun Date: 1757 1. a. a security detachment dispatched by a main body of troops to protect it from enemy surprise b. a military base established by treaty or agreement ...
outpour
I. transitive verb Date: 1671 to pour out II. noun Date: 1864 outpouring
outpouring
noun Date: 15th century 1. the act of pouring out 2. something that pours out or is poured out ; outflow
outpull
transitive verb Date: 1926 outdraw 1
output
I. noun Date: circa 1858 1. something produced: as a. mineral, agricultural, or industrial production b. mental or artistic production c. the amount produced by a ...
outrace
transitive verb Date: 1657 outpace
outrage
I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French utrage, outrage insult, excess, from outre, utre beyond, from Latin ultra — more at ultra- Date: 14th century 1. an act ...
outrageous
adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. exceeding the limits of what is usual b. not conventional or matter-of-fact ; fantastic 2. violent, unrestrained 3. a. going ...
outrageously
adverb see outrageous
outrageousness
noun see outrageous
outrange
transitive verb Date: 1858 to surpass in range
outrank
transitive verb Date: 1842 1. to rank higher than 2. to exceed in importance
outré
adjective Etymology: French, from past participle of outrer to go beyond, carry to excess, from Old French ultrer, utrer, from ultre, outre beyond Date: 1722 violating ...
outre-mer
foreign term Etymology: French overseas ; distant lands
outreach
I. Date: circa 1568 transitive verb 1. a. to surpass in reach b. exceed 2. to get the better of by trickery intransitive verb 1. to go too far 2. to ...
Outremont
geographical name town Canada in S Quebec on Montreal Island population 22,933
outride
I. transitive verb (outrode; outridden; outriding) Date: 1530 1. to ride better, faster, or farther than ; outstrip 2. to ride out (a storm) II. noun Date: 1880 an ...
outrider
noun Date: circa 1530 1. a mounted attendant 2. one who escorts or clears the way for a vehicle or person 3. forerunner, harbinger
outrigger
noun Date: 1742 1. a. a projection with a float or a shaped log at the end attached to a boat to prevent capsizing b. a spar or projecting beam run out from a ship's ...
outright
I. adverb Date: 14th century 1. archaic straight ahead ; directly 2. in entirety ; completely 3. without restraint or reservation 4. on the spot ; instantaneously ...
outrightly
adverb see outright II
outrun
transitive verb (outran; -run; -running) Date: 1526 1. to run faster than 2. exceed, surpass
outsell
transitive verb (outsold; -selling) Date: 1609 1. archaic to exceed in value 2. to exceed in number of items sold 3. to surpass in selling or salesmanship
outset
noun Date: 1759 beginning, start
outshine
verb (outshone or -shined; -shining) Date: 1596 transitive verb 1. a. to shine brighter than b. to excel in splendor or showiness 2. outdo, surpass ...
outshoot
transitive verb (outshot; -shooting) Date: 1530 1. to surpass in shooting or making shots 2. to shoot or go beyond
outside
I. noun Date: 1502 1. a. a place or region beyond an enclosure or boundary: as (1) the world beyond the confines of an institution (as a prison) (2) often ...
outside of
preposition Date: circa 1840 1. outside 2. aside from
outsider
noun Date: 1800 1. a person who does not belong to a particular group 2. chiefly British a contender not expected to win • outsiderness noun
outsiderness
noun see outsider
outsight
noun Date: 1605 the power or act of perceiving external things
outsize
I. noun Date: 1845 an unusual size; especially a size larger than the standard II. adjective also outsized Date: 1880 1. unusually large or heavy 2. exaggerated or ...
outsized
adjective see outsize II
outskirt
noun Date: 1596 a part remote from the center ; border — usually used in plural
outslick
transitive verb Date: 1926 to get the better of especially by trickery or cunning
outsmart
transitive verb Date: 1924 to get the better of; especially outwit
outsole
noun Date: 1884 the outside sole of a boot or shoe
outsource
transitive verb Date: 1979 to procure (as some goods or services needed by a business or organization) under contract with an outside supplier
outspeak
transitive verb (outspoke; outspoken; -speaking) Date: 1603 1. to excel in speaking 2. to declare openly or boldly
outspend
transitive verb Date: 1586 1. to exceed the limits of in spending 2. to spend more than
outspent
adjective Date: 1652 completely worn out ; exhausted
outspoken
adjective Date: circa 1808 1. direct and open in speech or expression ; frank 2. spoken or expressed without reserve • outspokenly adverb • outspokenness noun
outspokenly
adverb see outspoken
outspokenness
noun see outspoken
outspread
transitive verb (-spread; -spreading) Date: 14th century to spread out
outstand
verb (-stood; -standing) Date: 1571 transitive verb to endure beyond intransitive verb stand out
outstanding
adjective Date: 1611 1. standing out ; projecting 2. a. unpaid b. continuing to exist ; unresolved c. of securities publicly issued and sold 3. a. standing ...
outstandingly
adverb see outstanding
outstare
transitive verb Date: 1596 outface 1
outstation
noun Date: 1844 a remote or outlying station
outstay
transitive verb Date: 1600 1. overstay 1 2. to surpass in staying power
outstretch
transitive verb Date: 15th century to stretch out ; extend
outstrip
transitive verb Etymology: out- + obsolete strip to move fast Date: 1580 1. to go faster or farther than 2. to get ahead of Synonyms: see exceed
outtake
noun Date: 1902 1. a passage outward ; flue, vent 2. something that is taken out: as a. a take that is not used in an edited version of a film or videotape b. a ...
outturn
noun Date: 1800 a quantity produced ; output
outward
I. adjective Date: before 12th century 1. moving, directed, or turned toward the outside or away from a center 2. situated on the outside ; exterior 3. of or relating to ...
outward-bound
adjective Date: 1602 bound in an outward direction or to foreign parts
outwardly
adverb Date: 14th century 1. a. on the outside ; externally b. toward the outside 2. in outward state, behavior, or appearance
outwardness
noun Date: 1580 1. the quality or state of being external 2. concern with or responsiveness to outward things
outwards
adverb see outward II
outwash
noun Date: 1894 detritus consisting chiefly of gravel and sand carried by running water from the melting ice of a glacier and laid down in stratified deposits
outwear
transitive verb (outwore; outworn; -wearing) Date: circa 1541 1. wear out, exhaust 2. to last longer than
outweigh
transitive verb Date: 1597 to exceed in weight, value, or importance
outwit
transitive verb (-witted; -witting) Date: 1643 1. to get the better of by superior cleverness ; outsmart 2. archaic to surpass in wisdom
outwith
preposition Date: 13th century chiefly Scottish outside
outwork
I. transitive verb Date: 13th century 1. work out, complete 2. to work harder, faster, or better than II. noun Date: circa 1615 a minor defensive position constructed ...
outworker
noun Date: 1813 chiefly British a person who works at home for a business firm
outworn
adjective Date: 1565 no longer useful or acceptable ; outmoded
ouzel
also ousel noun Etymology: Middle English ousel, from Old English ōsle — more at merle Date: before 12th century 1. a. blackbird 1a b. ring ouzel 2. dipper 1
ouzo
noun Etymology: Modern Greek Date: 1898 a colorless anise-flavored unsweetened Greek liqueur
ov-
or ovi- or ovo- combining form Etymology: Latin ov-, ovi-, from ovum — more at egg egg ; ovum
ova
plural of ovum
oval
I. noun Date: 1570 1. an oval figure or object 2. a racetrack in the shape of an oval or a rectangle having rounded corners II. adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin ovalis, ...
Oval Office
noun Etymology: from the Oval Office, the United States president's office in the west wing of the White House Date: 1962 the seat of the executive department of the United ...
oval window
noun Date: 1683 an oval opening between the middle ear and the vestibule having the base of the stapes or columella attached to its membrane
ovalbumin
noun Date: circa 1836 1. the principal albumin of white of egg; especially the crystalline part of egg albumins 2. dried whites of eggs
ovality
noun see oval II
Ovalle
geographical name city N central Chile
ovally
adverb see oval II
ovalness
noun see oval II
Ovambo
noun (plural Ovambo or Ovambos) Date: 1853 1. a member of a Bantu people of northern Namibia 2. the Bantu language of the Ovambo people
ovarial
adjective see ovarian
ovarian
also ovarial adjective Date: circa 1834 of, relating to, or involving an ovary
ovariectomized
adjective see ovariectomy
ovariectomy
noun (plural -mies) Date: 1889 oophorectomy • ovariectomized adjective
ovariole
noun Etymology: New Latin *ovariolum, diminutive of ovarium Date: 1877 one of the tubes of which the ovaries of most insects are composed
ovariotomy
noun (plural -mies) Date: 1844 1. surgical incision of an ovary 2. oophorectomy
ovary
noun (plural -ries) Etymology: New Latin ovarium, from Latin ovum egg Date: 1658 1. one of the typically paired essential female reproductive organs that produce eggs and in ...
ovate
adjective Date: 1760 1. shaped like an egg 2. having an outline like a longitudinal section of an egg with the basal end broader — see leaf illustration
ovation
noun Etymology: Latin ovation-, ovatio, from ovare to exult; akin to Greek euoi, interjection used in bacchic revels Date: 1533 1. a ceremony attending the entering of Rome ...
oven
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English ofen; akin to Old High German ofan oven and perhaps to Greek ipnos oven Date: before 12th century a chamber used for baking, ...
ovenbird
noun Etymology: from the shape of its nest Date: circa 1825 1. any of various chiefly South American small brown passerine birds (family Furnariidae, especially genus ...
ovenproof
adjective Date: 1939 capable of withstanding the temperature range of a kitchen oven
over
I. adverb Etymology: Middle English, adverb & preposition, from Old English ofer; akin to Old High German ubar (preposition) above, beyond, over, Latin super, Greek hyper Date: ...
over a barrel
phrasal at a disadvantage ; in an awkward position
over against
preposition Date: 1517 as opposed to ; in contrast with
over and above
preposition Date: 15th century in addition to ; besides
over and over
adverb Date: 15th century repeatedly
over easy
phrasal fried on one side then turned and fried lightly on the other side
over one's dead body
phrasal only by overcoming one's utter and determined resistance
over one's head
phrasal 1. beyond one's comprehension or competence 2. so as to pass over one's superior standing or authority
over the counter
phrasal 1. in or through a broker's office rather than through a stock exchange 2. without a prescription
over the moon
phrasal very pleased ; in high spirits
over the top
phrasal beyond the bounds of what is expected, usual, normal, or appropriate
over the transom
phrasal without solicitation or prior arrangement
over with
adjective Date: 1899 being at an end ; finished, completed
over-
prefix 1. so as to exceed or surpass 2. excessive 3. to an excessive degree
over-ripeness
noun see overripe
over-the-counter
adjective Date: 1921 1. not traded or effected on an organized securities exchange 2. sold lawfully without prescription
over-the-hill
adjective Date: 1946 1. past one's prime 2. advanced in age
over-the-top
adjective Date: 1984 extremely or excessively flamboyant or outrageous
over-the-transom
adjective Date: circa 1952 offered without prior arrangement especially for publication ; unsolicited
overachieve
intransitive verb see overachiever
overachievement
noun see overachiever
overachiever
noun Date: 1952 one who achieves success over and above the standard or expected level especially at an early age • overachieve intransitive verb • overachievement noun
overact
Date: 1611 intransitive verb 1. to act more than is necessary 2. to overact a part transitive verb to exaggerate in acting • overaction noun
overaction
noun see overact
overactive
adjective Date: 1647 excessively or abnormally active • overactivity noun
overactivity
noun see overactive
overage
I. adjective also overaged Etymology: 2over + age Date: 15th century 1. too old to be useful 2. older than is normal for one's position, function, or grade II. noun ...
overaged
adjective see overage I
overall
I. adverb Date: 13th century 1. all over 1 2. from one end to the other 3. a. in view of all the circumstances or conditions b. as a whole ; generally
overalled
adjective Date: 1908 wearing overalls
overarching
adjective Date: 1720 1. forming an arch overhead 2. dominating or embracing all else
overarm
adjective Date: 1864 1. overhand 2. of a swimming stroke made with the arm lifted out of the water and stretched forward over the shoulder to begin the stroke
overawe
transitive verb Date: 1579 to restrain or subdue by awe
overbalance
I. transitive verb Date: 1608 1. outweigh 2. to cause to lose balance II. noun Date: circa 1659 something more than an equivalent
overbear
transitive verb (overbore; overborne; also overborn; -bearing) Date: 1535 1. to bring down by superior weight or force ; overwhelm 2. a. to domineer over b. to ...
overbearing
adjective Date: 1614 1. a. tending to overwhelm ; overpowering b. decisively important ; dominant 2. harshly and haughtily arrogant Synonyms: see proud • ...
overbearingly
adverb see overbearing
overbid
verb (-bid; -bidding) Date: circa 1616 intransitive verb 1. to bid in excess of value 2. a. to bid more than the scoring capacity of a hand at cards b. British to ...
overbite
noun Date: 1887 the projection of the upper front teeth over the lower in the normal occlusal position of the jaws
overblouse
noun Date: 1921 a usually fitted or belted blouse worn untucked
overblown
I. adjective Etymology: 3blow Date: 1616 past the prime of bloom II. adjective Etymology: 1blow Date: 1864 1. excessively large in girth ; portly 2. inflated ; also ...
overboard
adverb Date: before 12th century 1. over the side of a ship or boat into the water 2. to extremes of enthusiasm 3. into discard ; aside
overbook
Date: 1903 transitive verb to issue reservations for (as an airplane flight) in excess of the space available intransitive verb to issue reservations in excess of the ...
overbought
adjective Date: 1929 not likely to show an immediate rise in price because of prior heavy buying and accompanying price rises
overbreed
transitive verb Date: circa 1961 to breed (a plant or animal) to excess especially without regard to the quality of the breeding stock
overbuild
verb (overbuilt; -building) Date: 1601 transitive verb to build beyond the actual demand of intransitive verb to build houses or commercial developments in excess of ...
overburden
I. transitive verb Date: 1532 to place an excessive burden on II. noun Date: 1855 material overlying a deposit of useful geological materials or bedrock
overbuy
verb (overbought; -buying) Date: 1745 transitive verb to buy in excess of needs or demand intransitive verb to make purchases beyond one's needs or in excess of one's ...
overcall
Date: circa 1903 transitive verb to make a higher bid than (the previous bid or bidder) in a card game intransitive verb to bid over an opponent's bid in bridge when ...
overcapacity
noun Date: 1928 excessive capacity for production or services in relation to demand
overcapitalization
noun see overcapitalize
overcapitalize
transitive verb Date: 1890 1. to put a nominal value on the capital of (a corporation) higher than actual cost or fair market value 2. to capitalize beyond what the business ...
overcast
I. transitive verb (-cast; -casting) Date: 14th century 1. darken, overshadow 2. to sew (raw edges of a seam) with long slanting widely spaced stitches to prevent ...
overcast stitch
noun Date: 1852 a small close embroidery stitch sometimes done over a foundation thread and used to form outlines
overcasting
noun Date: 1859 the act of stitching raw edges of fabric to prevent raveling; also the stitching so done
overcharge
Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to charge too much or too fully 2. to fill too full 3. exaggerate, overdraw intransitive verb to make an excessive charge ...
overclass
noun Date: 1982 the highest social stratum ; the segment of a society usually having the most wealth, influence, education, and prestige — compare underclass
overcloud
transitive verb Date: 1592 to overspread with or as if with clouds
overcoat
noun Date: 1802 1. a warm coat worn over indoor clothing 2. a protective coating (as of paint)
overcome
verb (overcame; -come; -coming) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English ofercuman, from ofer over + cuman to come Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to get ...
overcomer
noun see overcome
overcommit
transitive verb Date: 1951 to commit excessively: as a. to obligate (as oneself) beyond the ability for fulfillment b. to allocate (resources) in excess of the capacity ...
overcommitment
noun see overcommit
overcompensate
verb see overcompensation
overcompensation
noun Date: 1912 excessive compensation; specifically excessive reaction to a feeling of inferiority, guilt, or inadequacy leading to an exaggerated attempt to overcome the ...
overcompensatory
adjective see overcompensation
overcrowd
Date: 1766 transitive verb to cause to be too crowded intransitive verb to crowd together too much
overcut
transitive verb Date: 1906 to cut excessively; specifically to cut timber from (a forest) in excess of annual growth or an allotted annual amount
overdesign
transitive verb Date: 1951 to design in a manner that is excessively complex or that exceeds usual standards (as of sturdiness or safety)
overdetermined
adjective Date: 1917 1. excessively determined 2. having more than one determining psychological factor
overdevelop
transitive verb Date: 1869 to develop excessively; especially to subject (exposed photographic material) to a developing solution for excessive time or at excessive ...
overdevelopment
noun see overdevelop
overdiagnosis
noun Date: 1978 the diagnosis of a condition or disease more often than it is actually present • overdiagnose transitive verb
overdo
verb (overdid; overdone; overdoing; overdoes) Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to do in excess b. to use to excess c. exaggerate 2. to cook too ...
overdog
noun Etymology: 3over + underdog Date: 1938 one that is dominant or victorious
overdominance
noun Date: 1947 the condition wherein a heterozygote produces a phenotype more extreme or better adapted than that of the homozygote • overdominant adjective
overdominant
adjective see overdominance
overdosage
noun see overdose I
overdose
I. noun Date: 1700 1. too great a dose (as of a therapeutic agent); also a lethal or toxic amount (as of a drug) 2. an excessive quantity or amount • overdosage ...
overdraft
noun Date: 1845 1. an act of overdrawing at a bank ; the state of being overdrawn; also the sum overdrawn 2. line of credit
overdraw
verb (overdrew; overdrawn; -drawing) Date: 1734 transitive verb 1. to draw checks on (a bank account) for more than the balance 2. exaggerate, overstate intransitive ...
overdrawn
adjective Date: 1817 having an overdrawn account
overdress
I. Date: 1704 transitive verb to dress or adorn to excess intransitive verb to dress oneself to excess
overdrive
noun Date: 1926 1. an automotive transmission gear that transmits to the drive shaft a speed greater than engine speed 2. a state of heightened activity
overdub
I. noun Date: circa 1965 1. the act or an instance of overdubbing 2. recorded sound that is overdubbed II. transitive verb Date: 1967 to transfer (recorded sound) onto ...
overdue
adjective Date: 1763 1. a. unpaid when due b. delayed beyond an appointed time 2. too great ; excessive 3. more than ready
overeat
intransitive verb (overate; overeaten; overeating) Date: 1599 to eat to excess • overeater noun
overeater
noun see overeat
overexpose
transitive verb Date: 1869 to expose excessively: as a. to expose (as film) to excessive radiation (as light) b. to expose (as a celebrity) to excessive publicity ...
overexposure
noun see overexpose
overextend
transitive verb Date: 1937 to extend or expand beyond a safe or reasonable point; especially to commit (oneself) financially beyond what can be paid • overextension noun
overextension
noun see overextend
overfatigue
noun Date: 1727 excessive fatigue especially when carried beyond the recuperative capacity of the individual • overfatigued adjective
overfatigued
adjective see overfatigue
overfeed
verb (overfed; -feeding) Date: 1608 transitive verb to feed to excess intransitive verb to eat to excess
overfill
Date: 13th century transitive verb to fill to overflowing intransitive verb to become full to overflowing
overfish
transitive verb Date: 1867 to fish to the detriment of (a fishing ground) or to the depletion of (a kind of organism)
overflight
noun Date: 1950 a passage over an area in an aircraft
overflow
I. Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to cover with or as if with water ; inundate 2. to flow over the brim of 3. to cause to overflow intransitive verb ...
overfly
transitive verb (overflew; overflown; -flying) Date: 14th century to fly over; especially to pass over in an aircraft or spacecraft
overgarment
noun Date: 15th century an outer garment
overglaze
adjective Date: 1879 applied or suitable for applying on top of a fired glaze • overglaze noun
overgraze
transitive verb Date: 1919 to allow animals to graze (as a pasture) to the point of damaging vegetational cover
overgrow
verb (overgrew; overgrown; -growing) Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to grow over so as to cover with herbage 2. to grow beyond or rise above ; outgrow ...
overgrown
adjective Date: 1603 grown abnormally or excessively large
overgrowth
noun see overgrow
overhand
I. adjective Date: 1656 made with the hand brought forward and down from above shoulder level • overhand adverb • overhanded adverb or adjective II. transitive verb ...
overhand knot
noun Date: 1840 a small knot often used to prevent the end of a cord from fraying — see knot illustration
overhanded
adverb or adjective see overhand I
overhang
I. verb (overhung; -hanging) Date: 1592 transitive verb 1. to project over 2. to impend over ; threaten intransitive verb to project so as to be over something II. ...
overhaul
transitive verb Date: 1705 1. a. to examine thoroughly b. (1) repair (2) to renovate, remake, revise, or renew thoroughly 2. to haul or drag over 3. ...
overhead
I. adverb Date: 15th century above one's head ; aloft II. adjective Date: 1874 1. a. operating, lying, or coming from above b. having the driving part above the part ...
overhead projector
noun Date: 1951 a projector for projecting onto a vertical screen magnified images of graphic material on a horizontal transparency illuminated from below — called also ...
overhear
verb (overheard; overhearing) Date: 1549 transitive verb to hear without the speaker's knowledge or intention intransitive verb to overhear something
overheat
Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to heat to excess 2. to stimulate or agitate unduly intransitive verb to become heated beyond a safe or desirable point
overheated
adjective Date: 1693 1. perfervid 2. characterized by marked inflation from an increase in demand and a decrease in supply
Overijssel
geographical name province E Netherlands capital Zwolle area 1518 square miles (3932 square kilometers), population 1,039,083
overissuance
noun see overissue
overissue
noun Date: 1803 an issue exceeding the limit of capital, credit, or authority • overissuance noun • overissue transitive verb
overjoyed
adjective Date: 1594 feeling great joy
overkill
I. transitive verb Date: 1957 to obliterate (a target) with more nuclear force than required II. noun Date: 1958 1. a destructive capacity greatly exceeding that required ...
overland
I. adverb Date: 12th century by, on, or across land II. adjective Date: 1800 going or accomplished over the land instead of by sea
Overland Park
geographical name city NE Kansas S of Kansas City population 149,080
overlap
Date: 1704 transitive verb 1. to extend over or past and cover a part of 2. to have something in common with intransitive verb 1. to occupy the same area in part 2. ...
overlay
I. transitive verb (overlaid; -laying) Date: 14th century 1. a. to lay or spread over or across ; superimpose b. to prepare an overlay for 2. overlie 2 II. noun Date: ...
overleaf
adverb Date: 1843 on the other side of a leaf (as of a book)
overleap
transitive verb (-leaped or overleapt; overleaping) Date: before 12th century 1. to leap over or across 2. to defeat (oneself) by going too far
overlearn
transitive verb Date: 1874 to continue to study or practice after attaining proficiency
overlie
transitive verb (overlay; overlain; overlying) Date: 13th century 1. to lie over or upon 2. to cause the death of by lying upon
overlook
I. transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to look over ; inspect 2. a. to look down upon from above b. to rise above or afford a view of 3. a. to look past ; miss ...
overlord
noun Date: 13th century 1. a lord over other lords ; a lord paramount 2. a. an absolute or supreme ruler b. one having great power or authority • overlordship ...
overlordship
noun see overlord
overly
adverb Date: 1806 to an excessive degree ; too
overman
I. noun Date: 13th century 1. a man in authority over others; specifically foreman 2. [translation of German Übermensch] superman 1 II. transitive verb Date: circa 1637 ...
overmantel
noun Date: 1882 an ornamental structure (as a painting) above a mantelpiece • overmantel adjective
overmaster
transitive verb Date: 14th century overpower, subdue
overmastering
adjective Date: 1645 dominant 1a, b
overmatch
transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to be more than a match for ; defeat 2. to match with a superior opponent
overmuch
I. adjective Date: 13th century too much II. adverb Date: 14th century in too great a degree III. noun Date: 14th century too great an amount
overnight
I. adverb Date: 14th century 1. a. on the evening before b. during the night 2. very quickly or suddenly II. adjective Date: 1824 1. of, lasting, or staying the ...
overnight bag
noun Date: 1925 a suitcase of a size to carry clothing and personal articles for an overnight trip — called also overnight case
overnight case
noun see overnight bag
overnighter
noun Date: 1949 1. overnight bag 2. an overnight trip 3. a person who stays overnight
overpass
I. transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to pass across, over, or beyond ; cross; also surpass 2. transgress 3. disregard, ignore II. noun Date: 1929 a crossing of two ...
overpersuade
transitive verb Date: 1624 to persuade to act contrary to one's conviction or preference • overpersuasion noun
overpersuasion
noun see overpersuade
overplaid
noun Date: 1923 a textile design consisting of a plaid pattern superimposed on another plaid or on a textured ground; also a fabric with such a design • overplaided ...
overplaided
adjective see overplaid
overplay
Date: 1767 transitive verb 1. a. to present (as a dramatic role) extravagantly ; exaggerate b. to place too much emphasis on 2. to rely too much on the strength ...
overplus
noun Etymology: Middle English, part translation of Middle French surplus Date: 14th century surplus
overpopulate
Date: 1828 transitive verb to populate too densely ; furnish or provide with more than the environment or market will bear intransitive verb to become overly populous
overpopulation
noun Date: 1802 the condition of having a population so dense as to cause environmental deterioration, an impaired quality of life, or a population crash
overpower
transitive verb Date: 1593 1. to overcome by superior force ; subdue 2. to affect with overwhelming intensity 3. to provide with more power than is needed or desirable ...
overpoweringly
adverb see overpower

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