over-seas

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

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Fetch Dannie,” says he, “the brand that comes from over-seas.

In the October of 1642 there came to Cambridge a man from over-seas.

But he has the baronet's bullet through his sword-arm for the sake of your over-seas disagreement with Sir Francis.

Are our libraries helping to make better citizens of those from over-seas?

On the question you put me: "Are our libraries helping to make better citizens of those from over-seas?"

If you have any further commands for over-seas, to-day will be the last occasion, as the wind will serve us well out of the firth.

Canada's growing importance was attracting many travellers from over-seas.

"It has an over-seas look about it," murmured Cicely, as with eager, trembling fingers she cut the stitches.

There have been three great tides of migration from over-seas.

They were written in Ireland a number of years ago, when Irish regiments were sent away for over-seas service.