overage[ oh-ver-eyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF overage
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But, what if these men that get the overage credited to 'em refuse to come across?
The victims are usually criminals, or overage or incorrigible slaves, or prisoners of war.
Many of the available tractors and combines are overage and obsolete.
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