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See definition of overleap on Dictionary.com
  • as inneglect
  • as innegotiate
  • as invault
  • as inclear

synonyms for overleap

  • bypass
  • discard
  • disregard
  • overlook
  • defer
  • dismiss
  • elide
  • evade
  • miss
  • omit
  • overpass
  • postpone
  • procrastinate
  • shirk
  • skimp
  • skip
  • suspend
  • trifle
  • be careless
  • be derelict
  • be irresponsible
  • be negligent
  • be remiss
  • gloss over
  • let pass
  • let slide
  • look the other way
  • lose sight of
  • not trouble oneself
  • pass over
  • think little of
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antonyms for overleap

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  • attend
  • regard
  • respect
  • advance
  • complete
  • continue
  • do
  • expedite
  • face
  • finish
  • forward
  • maintain
  • meet
  • take on
  • accomplish
  • achieve
  • cherish
  • concern
  • guard
  • nurture
  • protect
  • succeed
  • take care of
  • watch
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How to use overleap in a sentence

This higher authority, which no legislature could "overleap without destroying its own foundation," was the British Constitution.
THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTIONCARL BECKER
If the general legislature should, at any time, overleap their limits, the judicial department is a constitutional check.
SELECT SPEECHES OF DANIEL WEBSTERDANIEL WEBSTER
Why he did not overleap it is not known; but having probably became intimidated, he suddenly stopped and cried aloud for aid.
THE INDIAN: ON THE BATTLE-FIELD AND IN THE WIGWAMJOHN FROST
See you yonder rock—the largest—where the foam breaks most fiercely, as if in wrath because it cannot overleap it?
THE NORSEMEN IN THE WESTR.M. BALLANTYNE
It would not be well for us to overleap one grade of joy or suffering: our life would lose its completeness and beauty.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. I (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
One had to overleap gaps—even abysses—where material reasoning came to a full stop.
ROBINFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
The water itself, perhaps a hundred feet wide, would be an ineffectual barrier; such fierce flame would overleap it.
CEDAR CREEKELIZABETH HELY WALSHE
Would an exploit of that sort overleap the pride of birth; and endow our humble candles with the winding-sheet of pedigree?
THE REMARKABLE HISTORY OF SIR THOMAS UPMORE, BART., M.P., FORMERLY KNOWN AS "TOMMY UPMORE"R. D. BLACKMORE
It was painfully clear that he must do something without further delay, must either conquer want or overleap it.
OSCAR WILDE, VOLUME 1 (OF 2)FRANK HARRIS
In critical emergencies, the States-General are often compelled to overleap their constitutional bounds.
THE FEDERALIST PAPERSALEXANDER HAMILTON, JOHN JAY, AND JAMES MADISON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO OVERLEAP

  • hurdle
  • leap
  • miss
  • negotiate
  • overleap
  • surmount
  • vault
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