Antonyms for over-ride

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We were compelled to over-ride the just protests of the Luxembourg and Belgian governments.

Nothing is difficult for Destiny and none can over-ride Destiny.

And there is no one, no one, with the sense to over-ride all these squalid hostilities.

Of course, their own personal interest may and often does over-ride this professional bias.

At the same time they feel that if they can only get a chance to talk to him a few minutes they can over-ride the prejudice.

Like most cowards, B'ronth had one passion which could over-ride his timidity: that passion in B'ronth's case was wealth.

Men may over-ride and outrage us, and even think that they show the more love thereby; God, never.

Are the imagined interests of a small body of rich men to over-ride the welfare of the whole nation?

He had his own views on the question, and was by no means disposed to allow any Parliamentary leader to over-ride them.

He wanted to force his will upon Time, which never admits compulsion, and tried to over-ride obstacles.