Antonyms for over-stepped

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The membership was limited and they had over-stepped that limit.

But we have over-stepped his sojourn at college, and must turn back to it.

Ja Ja had over-stepped the bounds of propriety in more ways than one.

They have mistaken their functions and over-stepped their boundaries.

Once he miscalculated in making a détour, and over-stepped his margin.

In these lines we discern Nicolai's limitations, which any eighteenth century cosmopolitan would have over-stepped.

But as he had over-stepped the mark, it gave Enistor an opportunity of becoming openly hostile.

However, her uncle had been with her; a veritable fortress, had I over-stepped the bounds of politeness.

If I have over-stepped the modesty that became me, I am open to your censure, and I will bear it.