Antonyms for overtops

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It overtops all your sciences, embraces every cult, and lies at the base of all truth.

A museum is located in the dome which overtops the building.

And there was the grand king of inventions—the Phonograph—that overtops all the rest.

They have long since become, for me, the danger that overtops all others.

Every day the harvest increases, and overtops that of the last.

But the assumption of the genus young man often overtops the pyramids.

Of Ferryhill they remark that “such as know it knows it overtops and commands a great part of the country.”

The sonata form is not desperately evaded, and in the rondo of the E minor Concerto he overtops Hummel on his native heath.

How he overtops in the Cabinet those myrmidons with their many petty notions!

It is the individuality of one kind of plant which grows most abundantly or overtops the others.