oversee

[ oh-ver-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF oversee

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERSEE

I tried to get him to oversee the mill for me, but, after our trouble, he refused to do anything about it.

He had to go away one time and he hired a white man to oversee while he was gone.

He used to oversee my place on the lake, and did it capitally, too.

Take charge of the marketing, or oversee the housekeeping for a year.

We will not be able to oversee the work, that is a drawback.

But if it is to be done, it is to be done well, and Swinton is the man, with you to oversee.

So long as they rest on them, or oversee them, to the dead they belong.

It was harvest time, and Pori went out to oversee the workmen.

I let Joe, however, 'oversee' him, as you have seen to-day.'

Lt. Huse is requested to oversee the well-digging in fort Greene.

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