Definition of Overslaughing

1. Verb. (present participle of overslaugh) ¹



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Definition of Overslaughing

1. overslaugh [v] - See also: overslaugh

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overslaughing

oversize
oversized
oversizes
overskate
overskated
overskates
overskating
overskip
overskipped
overskipping
overskips
overskirt
overskirts
overslaugh
overslaughed
overslaughing (current term)
overslaughs
oversleep
oversleeper
oversleepers
oversleeping
oversleeps
oversleeve
oversleeves
overslept
overslid
overslide
overslides
oversliding
overslip

Literary usage of Overslaughing

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1. Studies in Honor of Maurice Bloomfield by Maurice Bloomfield (1920)
"But overslaughing is not called enas in 112 and no cleansing is there mentioned for it. There is instead only freeing (munc) from fetters ..."

2. Atharva-veda Saṁhitā by William Dwight Whitney (1905)
"113, in a spell to expiate the offense of parii'itti ' overslaughing,' or the marriage of a younger before an elder brother \_see Zimmer, p. ..."

3. Pamphlets on Enology (1892)
"... A more prompt clearing; A cleaner taste, due to the overslaughing of injurious ferments; And probably an improvement in flavor and bouquet. ..."

4. A History of American Christianity by Leonard Woolsey Bacon (1897)
"cess of power in the diocesan by overslaughing his authority through exorbitant powers conferred upon a periodical mixed synod, legislating for a whole ..."

5. Union Portraits by Gamaliel Bradford (1916)
"... yet feeling conscious that no just cause exists for overslaughing me by placing me under my junior, I feel deeply mortified and aggrieved at the action ..."

6. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1875)
"... now overslaughing the native originality of Germany, and struggling to effect an impossible combination of philosophical bombast with observation from ..."

7. A Political Text-book for 1860: Comprising a Brief View of Presidential by Horace Greeley, John Fitch Cleveland (1860)
"Of the twenty-eight votes for overslaughing it, all hut five are from the South, and one of these five, Mr. Gwin, is only a temporary resident of a Free ..."

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