Definition of Overviolent

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overviolent

overvalued
overvalued idea
overvalues
overvaluing
overveil
overveiled
overveiling
overveils
overventilated
overventilation
oververbose
overview
overviewed
overviewing
overviews
overviolent (current term)
overvivid
overvoltage
overvoltages
overvote
overvoted
overvotes
overvoting
overwait
overwalk
overwalked
overwalking
overwalks
overwarm
overwarmed

Literary usage of Overviolent

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Introduction to the History of Western Europe by James Harvey Robinson (1918)
"The following day, in a Latin address which he repeated in German, he admitted that he had been overviolent in his attacks upon his opponents; ..."

2. An Introduction to the History of Western Europe by James Harvey Robinson (1918)
"The following day, in a Latin address which he repeated in German, he admitted that he had been overviolent in his attacks upon his opponents; ..."

3. An Introduction to the History of Western Europe by James Harvey Robinson (1903)
"... he admitted that he had been overviolent in his attacks upon his opponents; but he said that no one could deny that, through the popes' decrees, ..."

4. Outlines of the History of Art by Wilhelm L├╝bke (1904)
"Exaggerated, overviolent, uncouth, and even ugly traits are introduced; and one can almost trace in them the violent passions which mark the Peloponnesian ..."

5. Medieval and Modern Times: An Introduction to the History of Western Europe by James Harvey Robinson (1916)
"... he admitted that he had been overviolent in his attacks upon his opponents; but he said that no one could deny that, through the popes' decrees, ..."

6. Medieval and Modern Times: An Introduction to the History of Western Europe by James Harvey Robinson (1919)
"... he admitted that he had been overviolent in his attacks upon his opponents; but he said that no one could deny that, through the popes' decrees, ..."

7. Outlines of European History by James Harvey Robinson, James Henry Breasted, Charles Austin Beard (1914)
"The following day, in a Latin address which he repeated in German, he admitted that he had been overviolent in his attacks upon his opponents; ..."

8. History of English Literature by Reuben Post Halleck (1900)
"Occasionally an overviolent storm would drive them out of the theater to seek shelter. Around the sides of the theaters were boxes for those who could ..."

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