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ovarianfollicle
ovarian follicle n. A cavity in the ovary containing a maturing ovum surrounded by its encasing cells. * * *
ovariectomy
/oh vair'ee ek"teuh mee/, n., pl. ovariectomies. Surg. the operation of removing one or both ovaries; oophorectomy. [1885-90; OVARI(UM) + -ECTOMY] * * *
ovariole
/oh vair"ee ohl'/, n. Entomol. any of several tubules that compose an insect ovary. [1875-80; < NL ovari(um) OVARY + L -ol- -OLE1] * * *
ovariotomy
—ovariotomist, n. /oh vair'ee ot"euh mee/, n., pl. ovariotomies. Surg. incision into or removal of an ovary. [1835-45; < NL ovariotomia, equiv. to ovari(um) OVARY + -o- -O- + ...
ovaritis
/oh'veuh ruy"tis/, n. Pathol. oophoritis. [1855-60; < NL, equiv. to ovar(ium) OVARY + -itis -ITIS] * * *
ovarium
/oh vair"ee euhm/, n., pl. ovaria /oh vair"ee euh/. Archaic. ovary. [1685-95; < NL; see OVARY] * * *
ovary
/oh"veuh ree/, n., pl. ovaries. 1. Anat., Zool. the female gonad or reproductive gland, in which the ova and the hormones that regulate female secondary sex characteristics ...
ovate
—ovately, adv. /oh"vayt/, adj. 1. egg-shaped. 2. Bot. a. having a shape like the longitudinal section of an egg. b. having such a shape with the broader end at the base, as a ...
ovately
See ovate. * * *
ovation
—ovational, adj. /oh vay"sheuhn/, n. 1. an enthusiastic public reception of a person, marked esp. by loud and prolonged applause. 2. Rom. Hist. the ceremonial entrance into ...
ovational
See ovation. * * *
oven
—ovenlike, adj. /uv"euhn/, n. a chamber or compartment, as in a stove, for baking, roasting, heating, drying, etc. [bef. 900; ME; OE ofen; c. G Ofen, ON ofn] * * *
ovenable
ov·en·a·ble (ŭvʹə-nə-bəl) adj. Of, relating to, or being heat-resistant paper packaging, as for use in a kitchen oven, especially a microwave oven: ovenable paperboard ...
ovenbird
/uv"euhn berrd'/, n. 1. an American warbler, Seiurus aurocapillus, that builds an oven-shaped nest of leaves, twigs, etc., on the forest floor. 2. any of several South American ...
ovenproof
/uv"euhn proohf'/, adj. capable of withstanding the heat of an oven; safe for use in cooking in an oven: an ovenproof dish. [1935-40; OVEN + -PROOF] * * *
ovenware
/uv"euhn wair'/, n. heat-resistant dishes of glass, pottery, etc., for baking and serving food; bakeware. [1925-30; OVEN + WARE1] * * *
ovenwood
/uv"euhn wood'/, n. brushwood; deadwood fit only for burning. [1785-95; OVEN + WOOD1] * * *
over
/oh"veuhr/, prep. 1. above in place or position: the roof over one's head. 2. above and to the other side of: to leap over a wall. 3. above in authority, rank, power, etc., so as ...
over easy
Cookery. (of fried eggs) turned over when nearly done and fried briefly on the reverse side so that the yolk remains somewhat liquid but hard on top. Cf. sunny-side up. * * *
over the counter
1. not transacted through an organized securities exchange; directly to the buyer or from the seller: He sold his stocks over the counter. 2. Pharm. without a doctor's ...
Over There
a lively song written by George M Cohan to praise US soldiers serving abroad in World War I. He wrote it on 6 April 1917, the day on which the US entered the war, and it includes ...
over-
a prefixal use of over, prep., adv., or adj., occurring in various senses in compounds (overboard; overcoat; overhang; overlap; overlord; overrun; overthrow), and especially ...
over-egg
over-egg [ō΄vər eg′] vt. [Brit. Informal] to do too much of; elaborate on excessively; overdo: used mainly in the phrase over-egg the or one's pudding or over-egg the ...
over-the-air
/oh"veuhr dhee air"/, adj. Radio and Television. of or pertaining to any means of broadcast transmission. [1970-75] * * *
over-the-counter
/oh"veuhr dheuh kown"teuhr/, adj. 1. unlisted on or not part of an organized securities exchange: over-the-counter stocks; the over-the-counter market. Abbr.: OTC 2. Pharm. sold ...
over-the-counter market
Trading in stocks and bonds that does not take place on stock exchanges. Such trading occurs most often in the U.S., where requirements for listing stocks on the exchanges are ...
over-the-hill
o·ver-the-hill (ōʹvər-thə-hĭlʹ) adj. Informal 1. Past the peak of one's youthful vigor and freshness. 2. Far along in life; old. * * *
over-the-road
/oh"veuhr dheuh rohd'/, adj. of, for, or pertaining to transportation on public highways: over-the-road trucks. [1940-45] * * *
over-the-top
over-the-top [ō′vər thə täp′] adj. so unconventional, exaggerated, or excessive as to be considered outrageous, unbelievable, ridiculous, etc. * * * o·ver-the-top ...
over-under
/oh"veuhr un"deuhr/, adj. 1. (of double-barreled firearms) with one barrel mounted over the other. n. 2. such a firearm. * * *
overable
adj.; overably, adv. * * *
overabound
v.i. * * *
overabsorb
v.t. * * *
overabstain
v.i. * * *
overabstemious
adj.; overabstemiously, adv.; overabstemiousness, n. * * *
overabstract
v.t., adj. * * *
overabundance
—overabundant, adj. —overabundantly, adv. /oh"veuhr euh bun"deuhns/, n. an excessive amount or abundance; surfeit: an overabundance of sugar in the diet. [1350-1400; ME; see ...
overabundant
See overabundance. * * *
overabundantly
See overabundant. * * *
overabuse
n., v.t., overabused, overabusing. * * *
overabusive
adj.; overabusively, adv.; overabusiveness, n. * * *
overaccelerate
v., overaccelerated, overaccelerating. * * *
overaccentuate
v.t., overaccentuated, overaccentuating. * * *
overaccumulate
v., overaccumulated, overaccumulating. * * *
overachieve
—overachievement, n. —overachiever, n. /oh'veuhr euh cheev"/, v.i., overachieved, overachieving. 1. to perform, esp. academically, above the potential indicated by tests of ...
overachievement
See overachieve. * * *
overachiever
See overachievement. * * *
overacidity
n. * * *
overact
—overaction, n. /oh'veuhr akt"/, v.t., v.i. to act in an exaggerated manner. [1605-15; OVER- + ACT] * * *
overaction
See overact. * * *
overactivate
v.t., overactivated, overactivating. * * *
overactive
—overactivity, overactiveness, n. /oh'veuhr ak"tiv/, adj. exceptionally or excessively active; too active. [1640-50; OVER- + ACTIVE] * * *
overactivity
See overactive. * * *
overacute
adj.; overacutely, adv.; overacuteness, n. * * *
overadjust
v. * * *
overadorn
v.t. * * *
overadorned
adj. * * *
overadvance
v., overadvanced, overadvancing, n. * * *
overadvertise
v., overadvertised, overadvertising. * * *
overaffect
v.t. n. * * *
overaffected
adj. * * *
overaffirm
v. * * *
overaffirmative
adj.; overaffirmatively, adv. * * *
overafflict
v.t. * * *
overage
overage1 /oh"veuhr ayj"/, adj. 1. beyond the acceptable or desired age: overage for the draft. 2. older than usual or expected for the activity, position, etc.: an overage ...
overaggravate
v.t., overaggravated, overaggravating. * * *
overaggressive
adj.; overaggressively, adv.; overaggressiveness, n. * * *
overaggressively
See overaggressive. * * *
overagitate
v.t., overagitated, overagitating. * * *
overalcoholize
v.t., overalcoholized, overalcoholizing. * * *
overall
adv. /oh"veuhr awl"/; adj., n. /oh"veuhr awl'/, adv., adj. 1. from one extreme limit of a thing to the other: the overall length of the bridge. 2. covering or including ...
overallegorize
v.t., overallegorized, overallegorizing. * * *
overalls
☆ overalls [ō′vər ôlz΄ ] pl.n. 1. loosefitting trousers of some strong cotton cloth, often with a part extending up over the chest, worn, usually over other clothing, to ...
overambition
See overambitious. * * *
overambitious
adj.; overambitiously, adv.; overambitiousness, n. * * *
overambitiously
See overambition. * * *
overamplify
v., overamplified, overamplifying. * * *
overanalysis
n., pl. overanalyses. * * *
overanalytic
adj. * * *
overanalytical
adj.; overanalytically, adv. * * *
overanalyze
v., overanalyzed, overanalyzing. * * *
overangry
adj. * * *
overanimated
adj.; overanimatedly, adv. * * *
overannotate
v., overannotated, overannotating. * * *
overanxiety
See overanxious. * * *
overanxious
—overanxiety /oh"veuhr ang zuy"i tee/, overanxiousness, n. —overanxiously, adv. /oh"veuhr angk"sheuhs, -ang"-/, adj. excessively anxious. [1735-45; OVER- + ANXIOUS] * * *
overanxiously
See overanxiety. * * *
overanxiousness
See overanxiety. * * *
overappareled
adj. * * *
overapplaud
v. * * *
overappraise
v.t., overappraised, overappraising. * * *
overappreciative
adj.; overappreciatively, adv.; overappreciativeness, n. * * *
overapprehensive
adj.; overapprehensively, adv.; overapprehensiveness, n. * * *
overapt
adj.; overaptly, adv.; overaptness, n. * * *
overarch
/oh'veuhr ahrch"/, v.t. 1. to span with or like an arch: A new bridge overarches the river. v.i. 2. to form an arch over something: a cerulean sky overarching in the early ...
overarching
/oh'veuhr ahr"ching/, adj. 1. forming an arch above: great trees with overarching branches. 2. encompassing or overshadowing everything: The community's overarching needs are ...
overarchingly
See overarching. * * *
overargue
v., overargued, overarguing. * * *
overargumentative
adj.; overargumentatively, adv.; overargumentativeness, n. * * *
overarm
/oh"veuhr ahrm'/, adj. thrown or performed by raising the arm above the shoulder: an overarm pitch; an overarm swimming stroke. [1860-65, Amer.; OVER- + ARM1] * * *
overarousal
n. * * *
overarrange
v., overarranged, overarranging. * * *
overarticulate
adj. v., overarticulated, overarticulating. * * *
overartificial
adj.; overartificially, adv. * * *
overartificiality
n., pl. overartificialities. * * *
overassert
v.t. * * *
overassertive
adj.; overassertively, adv.; overassertiveness, n. * * *
overassess
v.t. * * *
overassist
v. * * *
overassume
v.t., overassumed, overassuming. * * *
overassumptive
adj.; overassumptively, adv. * * *
overassured
adj.; overassuredly, adv.; overassuredness, n. * * *
overate
/oh'veuhr ayt"/, v. pt. of overeat. * * *
overattached
adj. * * *
overattentive
adj.; overattentively, adv.; overattentiveness, n. * * *
overattenuate
v.t., overattenuated, overattenuating. * * *
overawe
/oh'veuhr aw"/, v.t., overawed, overawing. to restrain or subdue by inspiring awe; intimidate: He often uses that imperious scowl to overawe his subordinates. [1570-80; OVER- + ...
overbait
v.t. * * *
overbake
v., overbaked, overbaking. * * *
overbalance
v. /oh'veuhr bal"euhns/; n. /oh"veuhr bal'euhns/, v., overbalanced, overbalancing, n. v.t. 1. to outweigh: The opportunity overbalances the disadvantages of leaving town. 2. to ...
overballast
v.t. * * *
overbank
/oh'veuhr bangk"/, v.i. Horol. to have the balance staff oscillate so greatly that the fork of the lever fails to engage, rendering the escapement inoperative. [1880-85; OVER- + ...
overbashful
adj.; overbashfully, adv.; overbashfulness, n. * * *
overbear
—overbearer, n. /oh'veuhr bair"/, v., overbore, overborne, overbearing. v.t. 1. to bear over or down by weight or force: With his superior strength he easily overbore his ...
overbearing
—overbearingly, adv. —overbearingness, n. /oh'veuhr bair"ing/, adj. 1. domineering; dictatorial; haughtily or rudely arrogant. 2. of overwhelming or critical ...
overbearingly
See overbearing. * * *
overbearingness
See overbearingly. * * *
overbeat
v., overbeat, overbeaten or overbeat, overbeating. * * *
Overbeck, Johann Friedrich
▪ German painter born July 3, 1789, Imperial Free City of Lübeck died Nov. 12, 1869, Rome       Romantic painter of Christian religious subjects, who was leader of a ...
overbet
v., overbet or overbetted, overbetting. n. * * *
overbid
v. /oh'veuhr bid"/; n. /oh"veuhr bid'/, v., overbid, overbidding, n. v.t. 1. to bid more than the value of (a thing): to overbid one's cards. 2. to outbid: She overbid him for ...
overbidder
See overbid. * * *
overbig
adj.; overbigness, n. * * *
overbill
v.t. * * *
overbite
/oh"veuhr buyt'/, n. Dentistry. occlusion in which the upper incisor teeth overlap the lower ones. [1885-90; OVER- + BITE] * * *
overbitter
adj.; overbitterly, adv.; overbitterness, n. * * *
overblame
v.t., overblamed, overblaming. * * *
overblanch
v.t. * * *
overbleach
v. * * *
overblindly
adv. * * *
overblithe
adj. * * *
overblouse
/oh"veuhr blows', -blowz'/, n. a blouse designed to be worn outside the waistband of a skirt or a pair of slacks. [1920-25; OVER- + BLOUSE] * * *
overblow
/oh'veuhr bloh"/, v., overblew, overblown, overblowing. v.t. 1. to give excessive importance or value to: to overblow one's own writing. 2. to overinflate. 3. to blow over the ...
overblown
overblown1 /oh"veuhr blohn"/, adj. 1. overdone or excessive: overblown praise. 2. of unusually large size or proportions: a majestic, overblown figure. 3. overinflated; turgid; ...
overboard
/oh"veuhr bawrd', -bohrd'/, adv. 1. over the side of a ship or boat, esp. into or in the water: to fall overboard. 2. go overboard, to go to extremes, esp. in regard to approval ...
overboast
n., v.i. * * *
overboastful
adj.; overboastfully, adv.; overboastfulness, n. * * *
overboil
v. * * *
overbold
adj.; overboldly, adv.; overboldness, n. * * *
overbook
/oh'veuhr book"/, v.t. 1. to accept reservations for in excess of the number that can be accommodated: The airline routinely overbooks its flights so as to fill its planes even ...
overbooking
See overbook. * * *
overbookish
adj.; overbookishly, adv.; overbookishness, n. * * *
overbooming
adj. * * *
overboot
/oh"veuhr booht'/, n. overshoe. [1935-40; OVER- + BOOT1] * * *
overbore
/oh'veuhr bawr", -bohr"/, v. pt. of overbear. * * *
overborne
/oh'veuhr bawrn", -bohrn"/, adj. 1. overcome; crushed; oppressed. v. 2. pp. of overbear. * * *
overborrow
v. * * *
overbought
/oh"veuhr bawt"/, adj. 1. marked by prices considered unjustifiably high because of extensive buying: The stock market is overbought now. Cf. oversold. v. 2. pt. and pp. of ...
overbounteous
adj.; overbounteously, adv.; overbounteousness, n. * * *
overbrace
v.t., overbraced, overbracing. * * *
overbrag
v., overbragged, overbragging. * * *
overbrake
/oh'veuhr brayk"/, v., overbraked, overbraking. v.t. 1. to brake (a wheel, vehicle, etc.) excessively. v.i. 2. to apply an excessive amount of braking power. [OVER- + BRAKE1] * * ...
overbravado
n. * * *
overbrave
adj.; overbravely, adv.; overbraveness, n. * * *
overbravery
n. * * *
overbreak
/oh"veuhr brayk'/, n. Civ. Engin. earth or rock excavated outside of neat lines. Also, overbreakage. [OVER- + BREAK] * * *
overbreed
v.t., overbred, overbreeding. * * *
overbright
adj.; overbrightly, adv.; overbrightness, n. * * *
overbrilliant
adj.; overbrilliantly, adv. * * *
overbroad
adj. * * *
overbroaden
v. * * *
overbroil
v. * * *
overbrown
v. * * *
overbrowse
v.t., overbrowsed, overbrowsing. * * *
overbrush
v.t. * * *
overbrutal
adj.; overbrutally, adv. * * *
overbrutality
n., pl. overbrutalities. * * *
overbrutalize
v.t., overbrutalized, overbrutalizing. * * *
overbudget
/oh"veuhr buj"it/, adj. costing or being more than the amount alloted or budgeted: The building is half-finished and it's already overbudget. [from prep. phrase over budget, ...
overbuild
/oh'veuhr bild"/, v., overbuilt, overbuilding. v.t. 1. to erect too many buildings in (an area). 2. to cover or surmount with a building or structure. 3. to build (a structure) ...
overbulkily
adv. * * *
overbulky
adj. * * *
overbumptious
adj.; overbumptiously, adv.; overbumptiousness, n. * * *
overburden
v. /oh'veuhr berr"dn/; n. /oh"veuhr berr'dn/, v.t. 1. to load with too great a burden; overload: He was overburdened with cares. n. 2. an excessive burden. 3. Also called burden, ...
overburdensome
/oh"veuhr berr"dn seuhm/, adj. excessively burdensome. [1605-15; OVER- + BURDENSOME] * * *
overburn
v., overburned or overburnt, overburning. * * *
Overbury, Sir Thomas
▪ English author baptized June 18, 1581, Compton Scorpion, Warwickshire, England died September 15, 1613, London  English poet and essayist, victim of an infamous intrigue at ...
overbusily
adv. * * *
overbusiness
n. * * *
overbusy
adj. * * *
overbuy
/oh'veuhr buy"/, v., overbought, overbuying. v.t. 1. to purchase in excessive quantities. 2. Finance. to buy on margin in excess of one's ability to provide added security in an ...
overcall
v. /oh'veuhr kawl", oh"veuhr kawl'/; n. /oh"veuhr kawl'/, v.t., v.i. 1. Cards. to make an overcall. n. 2. Cards. a bid higher than the previous bid. 3. Bridge. a bid on a higher ...
overcame
/oh'veuhr kaym"/, v. pt. of overcome. * * *
overcanny
adj. * * *
overcapability
n., pl. overcapabilities. * * *
overcapable
adj. * * *
overcapacity
/oh'veuhr keuh pas"i tee/, n., pl. overcapacities. capacity beyond what is normal, allowed, or desirable. [1925-30; OVER- + CAPACITY] * * *
overcapitalization
See overcapitalize. * * *
overcapitalize
—overcapitalization, n. /oh'veuhr kap"i tl uyz'/, v.t., overcapitalized, overcapitalizing. 1. to fix the total amount of securities of a corporation in excess of the limits set ...
overcaptious
adj.; overcaptiously, adv.; overcaptiousness, n. * * *
overcare
n. * * *
overcareful
—overcarefully, adv. —overcarefulness, n. /oh"veuhr kair"feuhl/, adj. excessively or unduly careful. [1585-95; OVER- + CAREFUL] * * *
overcareless
adj.; overcarelessly, adv.; overcarelessness, n. * * *
overcast
adj. /oh"veuhr kast", -kahst", oh"veuhr kast', -kahst'/; v. /oh'veuhr kast", -kahst", oh"veuhr kast', -kahst'/; n. /oh"veuhr kast', -kahst'/, adj., v., overcast, overcasting, ...
overcasting
/oh"veuhr kas'ting, -kah'sting/, n. Sewing. 1. the act of sewing along the edges of material with long, spaced stitches to prevent raveling. 2. the stitch used to ...
overcasual
adj.; overcasually, adv.; overcasualness, n. * * *
overcasuistic
adj. * * *
overcasuistical
adj.; overcasuistically, adv. * * *
overcaustic
adj. * * *
overcaustically
adv. * * *
overcaution
n., v.t. * * *
overcautious
—overcautiously, adv. —overcautiousness, n. /oh"veuhr kaw"sheuhs/, adj. excessively or unnecessarily cautious: Sometimes it doesn't pay to be overcautious in ...
overcautiously
overcautiously [spelling only] * * * See overcautious. * * *
overcautiousness
overcautiousness [spelling only] * * * See overcautiously. * * *
overcensor
v.t. * * *
overcensorious
adj.; overcensoriously, adv.; overcensoriousness, n. * * *
overcentralize
v., overcentralized, overcentralizing. * * *
overcerebral
adj. * * *
overcertify
—overcertification, n. /oh'veuhr serr"teuh fuy'/, v.t., overcertified, overcertifying. Banking. to certify (a bank check) for an amount greater than the balance in the drawer's ...
overchafe
v., overchafed, overchafing. * * *
overcharge
—overcharger, n. v. /oh'veuhr chahrj"/; n. /oh"veuhr chahrj'/, v., overcharged, overcharging, n. v.t. 1. to charge (a purchaser) too high a price: When the manager realized ...
overcharitable
adj.; overcharitableness, n.; overcharitably, adv. * * *
overcharity
n. * * *
overchase
v., overchased, overchasing. * * *
overcheap
adj.; overcheaply, adv.; overcheapness, n. * * *
overcheck
/oh"veuhr chek'/, n. 1. a textile pattern having one checked design superimposed on another so that both are visible. 2. a fabric having this pattern. 3. a checkrein passing from ...
overcherish
v.t. * * *
overcherished
adj. * * *
overchildish
adj.; overchildishly, adv.; overchildishness, n. * * *
overchill
adj. v. * * *
overcircumspect
adj. * * *
overcivil
adj.; overcivilly, adv. * * *
overcivility
n. * * *
overcivilize
v., overcivilized, overcivilizing. * * *
overclaim
v.t. * * *

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