Definition of Overfloods
1. overflood [v] - See also: overflood
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Literary usage of Overfloods
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1. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1881)
"... makes several largo curves, and flowing through a flat country, overfloods everything at the slightest rising. It is soon joined by the Rio ..."
2. British Poets of the Nineteenth Century by Curtis Hidden Page (1910)
"She speaks To-morrow, if a harp-string, say, Is used to tie the jasmine back That overfloods my room with sweets, Contrive your Zorzi somehow meets My Zanze ..."
3. Psychotherapy by Hugo Münsterberg (1909)
"That stream when it overfloods will devastate its borders and destroy its bridges. The physicians are the engi- ..."
4. Literary Anecdotes of the Nineteenth Century: Contributions Towards a by William Robertson Nicoll, Thomas James Wise (1895)
"God's blessing has no limit, and its love Filleth the wide immensity of heaven, Its charity overfloods upon the earth. PHARAOH. 'Tis great and glorious and ..."
5. Browning's Italy: A Study of Italian Life and Art in Browning by Helen Archibald Clarke (1907)
"To-morrow, if a harp-string, say, Is used to tie the jasmine back That overfloods my room with sweets, Contrive your Zorzi somehow meets My Zanze! ..."
6. History of the Oregon Territory and British North-America Fur Trade: With an by John Dunn (1844)
"... in which the water rises and falls with the tide, and overfloods the land. It is covered, in most parts, with different kinds of timber, but principally ..."
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