Thesaurus / overleap
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For those two hundred million dollars were a barrier, which a descendant of Crusaders and preux chevaliers could not overleap.
MORTAL COILSALDOUS HUXLEY
But the new impetus given to research has caused its originators to overleap themselves, as it were.
VILLAINAGE IN ENGLANDPAUL VINOGRADOFF
I often overleap the steps when I clamber; for so doing, none of the steps pardons me.
THUS SPAKE ZARATHUSTRAFRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
The Latin of thy namesake Jerome is a barrier I cannot overleap.
Now the transportation facilities were to overleap history and to run in advance of progress itself.
THE WAY TO THE WESTEMERSON HOUGH
I was spellbound, or there was an invisible barrier erected against me, which I could not overleap.
TOM CRINGLE'S LOGMICHAEL SCOTT
These prescribe the route in which it must exercise itself, and the bounds which it must not overleap.
POPULAR TALESMADAME GUIZOT
I have drawn around thee a magic circle of curses which he cannot overleap.
THE ROBBERSFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
Some were seen springing high in the air, as if to overleap the pit.
THE BUSH BOYSCAPTAIN MAYNE REID
The world hungers for a voice which will overleap the frontiers of nations and of classes.
ROMAIN ROLLANDSTEFAN ZWEIG

WORDS RELATED TO OVERLEAP

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