Antonyms for overs

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The overs and unders of the lines are then marked, and gouges selected to fit.

The scoring-board showed an increase of twenty as the result of three overs.

The Overs, no doubt, got well chaffed about it; and the smaller boys must have played a very good game to win so easily.

It took them some time to get our range, and for a considerable time we were not hit, all the shells being shorts or overs.

Happy Valley received many of the "overs" intended for Russell's Top and also much spent shrapnel.

The Hun shells were falling so straight that many of the ‘overs’ missed by only a few yards.

Overs, the odd money remaining after the daily accounts are made up at a banking-house,—usually divided amongst the clerks.

The last balls of the next two overs provided repetitions of this performance.

It is enough to say that they ran on much the same lines as the third and fourth overs of the match.

When we had gone another mile a spattering of "overs" began to fall around like the first heavy drops of a thunderstorm.