Lexicon: overspend – own

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overspend (o'erspent), v. [see over, adv. + spend, v.]

Harassed; overcome; fatigued; exhausted.

overtake (-n, overtaking, o'ertook, overtook), v. [see over, adv. + take, v.]

  1. Catch; catch up with; pass.
  2. Overpower; overwhelm; captivate; fall on; take by surprise.

overtakeless (o'ertakeless), adj. [see overtake, v.]

Uncatchable; unconquerable; without an equal in strength; not to be exceeded in speed.

overtakelessness, n. [see overtake, v.]

  1. Superiority; transcendence; invincibility.
  2. Inaccessibility; unapproachability; unavailability; [fig.] aloofness; remoteness; distance from mortality.

overthrow (-n), v. [see over, adv. + throw, v.]

Defeat; vanquish; ruin; demolish; destroy.

overturn (-ed, -s), v. [see over, adv. + turn, v.]

Rescind; annul; repeal; revoke.

overwhelmed, verbal adj. [see over, adv. + whelm, adj.]

Overcome; overpowered; beaten; conquered.

owe (-ed, -ing, -s), v. [OE.]

Have due; be indebted; be obliged to pay; be bound to ascribe honor; (see Matthew 6:12).

owl, n. [Old Norse ugla.]

Nocturnal bird of prey.

own, adj. [OE.]

  1. Individual; personal.
  2. Preferred; favorite; self-appointed companion as; [reflexive phrase “her own”] herself as.