Definition of Overturns

1. Verb. (third-person singular of overturn) ¹



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Definition of Overturns

1. overturn [v] - See also: overturn

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overturns

overtrusting
overtrusts
overtry
overtrying
overture
overtured
overtures
overturing
overturn
overturnable
overturned
overturner
overturners
overturning
overturning moment
overturns
overtwist
overtwisted
overtwisting
overtype
overtyped
overtypes
overtyping
overurge
overurged
overurges
overurging
overuse
overused
overuser

Literary usage of Overturns

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1. The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury by Thomas ( Hobbes (1841)
"... which confession of his overturns his whole struc- *' ' ture of absolute necessity." Why so ? ..."

2. A Discourse on the Studies of the University by Adam Sedgwick (1835)
"Neither have we any right to say that it blots out the knowledge of good and evil, and overturns the judicial throne of conscience. ..."

3. The Battle Summer: Being Transcripts from Personal Observation in Paris by Donald Grant Mitchell (1850)
"BLOUSE Overturns BOURGEOIS. THAT People-Chamber is not unattended. Louis Blanc, shivering—though it is warm May-time—on benches of the Right, has been told* ..."

4. Commentaries on the Roman-Dutch Law by Simon van Leeuwen (1820)
"When a Ship overturns or runs down another. loss be occasioned by their servants or by other guests, or by voyagers or travellers taken on board the ship or ..."

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