Definition of Overhard

1. Adjective. Too hard. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Overhard

1. too hard [adj] - See also: hard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overhard

overhand knot
overhand knots
overhand stitch
overhanded
overhanding
overhandle
overhandled
overhandles
overhandling
overhands
overhanging
overhanging restoration
overhangs
overhappy
overhard (current term)
overharden
overhardened
overhardening
overhardens
overhardly
overhardy
overharvest
overharvested
overharvesting
overharvests
overhaste
overhasty
overhate
overhated

Literary usage of Overhard

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1. College Life: Essays Reprinted from "School, College, and Character" and by Le Baron Russell Briggs (1904)
"Milton, to be sure, patient toiler and conqueror though he was, cried in his pain," God loves not to plough out the heart of our endeavors with overhard and ..."

2. School, College and Character by Le Baron Russell Briggs (1919)
"Milton, to be sure, patient toiler and conqueror though he was, cried in his pain, " God loves not to plough out the heart of our endeavors with overhard ..."

3. A practical commentary on the Gospel according to st. Mark by James Morison (1882)
"... an alternative translation or gloss, an admirable description of the vice, overhard ... (overhard keeping of goods). It is one of the subtlest of vices, ..."

4. The Transition from School to College by Le Baron Russell Briggs, William James (1904)
"Milton, to be sure, patient toiler and conqueror though he was, cried in his pain," God loves not to plough out the heart of our endeavors with overhard and ..."

5. The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptoms by Robert Burton (1880)
"Sir Thomas More, in his Utopian Commonwealth, 6" as he will have none idle, so will he have no man labour overhard, to be toiled out like a horse, ..."

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