Definition of Overurge

1. to urge too much [v -URGED, -URGING, -URGES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overurge

overturn
overturnable
overturned
overturner
overturners
overturning
overturning moment
overturns
overtwist
overtwisted
overtwisting
overtype
overtyped
overtypes
overtyping
overurge (current term)
overurged
overurges
overurging
overuse
overused
overuser
overusers
overuses
overusing
overutilisation
overutilization
overutilizations
overutilize
overutilized

Literary usage of Overurge

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1. Proceedings of the Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania (1892)
"While I admire the stoking principle, I believe it is correct, and we can abate this smoke down almost to the minimum, the moment you begin to overurge your ..."

2. Teachers' Book of Old Testament Heroes: A Course of Study, Beautifying and by John Lincoln Keedy (1906)
"Do not overurge; name two yourself if they do not. Encourage free talk on any subject connected with the lesson. 5. Introduce the memory verse by the ..."

3. Report of the Special Committee of the United States Senate on the by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1890)
"... purpose of preserving their agricultural interests and for the supply of wood and lumber to be obtained therefrom. It is not possible to overurge upon ..."

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