over-hauled[ verb oh-ver-hawl, oh-ver-hawl; noun oh-ver-hawl ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-hauled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-HAULED
The clothes were temporarily laid aside at this point and the contents of the leather satchel were over-hauled.
The whole plan would, of course, finally have to be over-hauled by the so-called 'man of the world.'
We cantered over to Seaplane Camp; passed the time of day to the men there and over-hauled some of the machines.
As they over-hauled him, he threw overboard a safe, just stolen from a bank, but this was soon fished out.