View definitions for over-ridden
verb as in lap
verb as in neutralize
verb as in override/overrule
verb as in overrule
verb as in ride
verb as in bar
verb as in surpass
verb as in trample
verb as in brush off
verb as in brush aside/brush off
verb as in override
verb as in outmatch
verb as in tromp
verb as in command
verb as in conquer
At touch of the knee, the beast swerved so suddenly that Iftikhar's mount was nigh over-ridden.
Mr. Steele frankly admitted that this might be a case where custom could be over-ridden, and the orphanage authorities ignored.
It was over-ridden by the invincible desire to give, the torturing curiosity to know how she would take it.
Witham gazed at her steadily, and a little colour crept to his forehead, but he answered unconcernedly, They can be over-ridden.
His constitutional distaste for leaping blindfolded had been over-ridden by circumstance.
On this page you'll find 576 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to over-ridden, such as: cover, enfold, envelop, fold, imbricate, and overlie.
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