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A Complete Encyclopedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific, and Technological by John Ogilvie
by Joseph Bosworth
Ofer - sprecan to overspeak , to Ofer - hyrned having a high horn , Ofer - prut overproud , stubborn , speak evil , L . Ps . 43 , 18 . high , proud , Hicks . p . 135 . Pref . R . Conc . Ofer - sprecol overtalkative , Past . Ofer - hyrnes disobedience , con ...
A New Universal, Technological, Etymological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1854)
by John Craig
oversaturate, overscrupulousness, overscrupulous, overshadow, overskip, oversleep, overslip, oversnow, oversoon, oversorrow, overspan, overspeak, overspread, overstare, overstate, overstore, overstrain, overstrew, overstrike, overstuffed, ...
Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)
oversoon, oversorrow, overspan, overspeak, overspread, overstare, overstate, overstore, overstrain, overstrew, overstrike, overstuffed, oversupply, overswarming, oversway, overswell, overtask, overtax, overtedious, overtire, overtitle, overtrip ...
A new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1859)
by John Craig (F.G.S.)
pulous , overshadow , overskip , oversleep , overslip , oversnow , oversoon , oversorrow , overspan , overspeak , OVERFLOW , o ' rur - fo , s .
by P Austin Nuttall
overspeak , overspent , overspread , overstore , över - land - er , s . One who travels over regions or overstrain , overstrike , oversupply , overswarm - to - ver - lash ' , v . n . To exaggerate ; - ad . Overing , oversway , overswell , overtask ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, Explained in Their Different Meanings, and Authorized by the Names of the Writers in Whose Works They are Found by Samuel Johnson
To OVERSPEAK. v. a. To say too much ; to express in too many words. Hales. OVERSPE/NT. part. Wearied; harassed; forespent. Pryden. To OVERSPREAD. v. a. To cover over ; to fill ; to scatter over. Spenser. To OVERSTAND. v. a. To stand ...
by Daniel S. Smalley
OVERSPEAK , O - ver - spék , v . t . tu sa to mug . OVIDUCT , W ' vi - dukt , n . de tab hwig kondúkts OVERSPENT , - ver - epént , p . a . werid ; harast ; đɛ ovum from de ovari tu đɛ yıterus , or tu an forspént . eksternal xtlet . ( tanin egz .
Zell's Popular Encyclopedia, a Universal Dictionary of English Language, Science, Literature, and Art (1871)
by Leo de Colange
Overspeak', v. a. To say too much; — used with th reflective pronoun. Overspent', p. a. Having all the strength gone ; wearied ; exhausted ; forespent. — Worcester. Overspln', v. a. To draw out to an excess. Overspread', v. a. To spread over ; to ...
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Scrabble value of O1V4E1R1S1P3E1A1K5
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