over seas

[ adverb, noun oh-ver-seez; adjective oh-ver-seez ]SEE DEFINITION OF over seas

Antonyms for over seas

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Sometimes we encounter a wasp, which I suppose comes from over seas!

Maybe he's to be a foreigner, from over seas, and that's why his sperit was so long a coming.

Immigrants from East and West and North and over seas are seeking homes within her borders.

And then, I mind, at need she followed him over seas, and nought did her good heart think on ill tongues.

One after another witness for the defense scaled the stand, sleuths from over seas, experts and servants.

Harold's position was a difficult one even at home, besides the danger from over seas.

Mr. Jast brought a message of appreciation from over seas where, he said, Dewey is a household word in the library world.

In consequence the Frenchman seized even friendly Iroquois and sent them over seas to France.

The immense flag waving Aloft in glory: Over seas and hilltops Transmitting its lightnings.

Have you beheld the strange bird that Mistress Flint hath had sent to her over seas?