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“Do,” said Sylvia, but the cordiality in her voice seemed to overweigh it.
PEMBROKEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
In this present book (and in it only) the illustrative work may be said almost to overweigh and stifle the idea illustrated.
WILLIAM BLAKEALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE
Even though there may be many monetary or economic reasons in favor of certain occupations, the danger may overweigh these.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
What pleasure, what enjoyment, can thy life afford, that shall overweigh the ecstasies of death?
PETER SCHLEMIHL ETC.ADELBERT CHAMISSO
Overbold, audacious; overhang, impend; overweigh, preponderate.
AN OUTLINE OF ENGLISH SPEECH-CRAFTWILLIAM BARNES
That is a most excellent reason, but I shouldn't let it overweigh common sense.
THE HELPERSFRANCIS LYNDE
But the States should denounce the acts of usurpation "until their accumulation shall overweigh that of separation."
THE LIFE OF JOHN MARSHALL VOLUME 4 OF 4ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
Even surface rhythm is entirely missing: the tonal masses decidedly overweigh on the left.
MODERN PAINTING, ITS TENDENCY AND MEANINGWILLARD HUNTINGTON WRIGHT
Now in what case would this difference be so important, as to overweigh even the single inconvenience of multiplying compacts?
MEMOIR, CORRESPONDENCE, AND MISCELLANIES, FROM THE PAPERS OF THOMAS JEFFERSONTHOMAS JEFFERSON
Determination and hope and confidence may overweigh the life side.
APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY FOR NURSESMARY F. PORTER

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