over[ oh-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF over
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Over the gate was written in large letters, 'The Entrance of Mortals.'
Look at him now over there, the way he goes around butting into strangers.
Say, honestly, I didn't know my own name till I had a chanst to look me over.
He was so good they shot him all up one night last fall over to Wardner.
“Thou art a big fellow for a school,” said his uncle, looking him over.
For young Bines, after dinner, fell in love with Miss Milbrey all over again.
She is glad to believe that there is every reason why it will soon be over.
His arms tightened about her as he said the name over and over.
Over the seat is a mirror cut into small squares by wooden muntins.
I don't think he ever got over the death of his brother, about a year ago.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OVER
- burned up
- down the drain
- dried up
- no more
- not a sign of
- not here
- out the window
- taken a powder
- taken leave
- turned to dust