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overrule to rule or decide against. [2 definitions]
overrun to spread over, taking hold. [3 definitions]
overseas across any of the oceans; abroad. [3 definitions]
overshoe a rubber or plastic boot worn over other shoes in order to protect them from water or snow.
oversight a lack of paying attention to what one is doing. [2 definitions]
oversleep to sleep beyond the time one meant to get up.
overslept past tense and past participle of "oversleep."
overtake to catch up or come even with. [3 definitions]
overtaken past participle of "overtake."
overthrew past tense of "overthrow."
overthrow to remove from power by force. [2 definitions]
overthrown past participle of "overthrow."
overtime time worked beyond the regular working hours in a day or week. [3 definitions]
overtook past tense of "overtake."
overture an opening move to begin something. [2 definitions]
overturn to cause to tip over; upset. [2 definitions]
overweight having too much weight; too heavy.
overwhelm to beat or defeat by greater force; destroy. [2 definitions]
overwork to cause to work too many hours; tire completely with work. [3 definitions]
owe to have to pay or repay; be in debt to. [2 definitions]
owl a bird with large eyes set in front of a large head, a strong, hooked beak, and strong, sharp claws. Owls are most active at night and hunt other animals for food. There are many different kinds of owls.