Definition of Overyears

1. overyear [v] - See also: overyear



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overyears

overwrapped
overwrapping
overwraps
overwrest
overwrested
overwrite
overwriter
overwriters
overwrites
overwriting
overwritten
overwrote
overwrought
overwroughtness
overyear
overyears (current term)
overyielding
overzeal
overzealous
overzealously
overzealousness
overzeals
ovest
ovi-
oviboses
ovibovine
ovibovines
ovicaprid
ovicaprids
ovicapsule

Literary usage of Overyears

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1. The Works of Mary Russell Mitford: Prose and Verse by Mary Russell Mitford (1841)
"... and hays overyears ago Rachel Hilton was the prettiest and hung by laburnum and bird-cherry; a long merriest lass in the country. ..."

2. Regulatory Reform in Italy by Oecd (2001)
"... is the sum of various piecemeal procedures that have accumulated overyears. The system is complex and inflexible, focusing on formal legal controls, ..."

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