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opposites of overs

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The scoring-board showed an increase of twenty as the result of three overs.
MIKEP. G. WODEHOUSE
The Hun shells were falling so straight that many of the ‘overs’ missed by only a few yards.
SEA-HOUNDSLEWIS R. FREEMAN
Overs, the odd money remaining after the daily accounts are made up at a banking-house,—usually divided amongst the clerks.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN
The Overs, no doubt, got well chaffed about it; and the smaller boys must have played a very good game to win so easily.
These "overs" are subject to the risk of a decline in value unless the merchant can find some way to protect himself.
For six overs the Demon will treat every ball—good, bad, and indifferent—with the most distinguished consideration.
THE HILLHORACE ANNESLEY VACHELL
The House played cautiously now, and overs were sent down without a run.
BY SHEER PLUCKG. A. HENTY
Some officers in another unit organized a rifle range in such a position that the overs dropped gently where we were training.
AVERAGE AMERICANSTHEODORE ROOSEVELT
The overs and unders of the lines are then marked, and gouges selected to fit.
Fenner stayed in four overs, adding two singles as his share, while Thompson put on a three and a two.
BY SHEER PLUCKG. A. HENTY