Definition of Overjumps

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



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Definition of Overjumps

1. overjump [v] - See also: overjump

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overjumps

overissue
overissued
overissues
overissuing
overite
overjealous
overjet
overjoy
overjoyed
overjoying
overjoys
overjubilant
overjump
overjumped
overjumping
overjumps (current term)
overjust
overjustification
overjustified
overjustifies
overjustify
overjustifying
overkeen
overkeep
overkeeps
overkept
overkest
overkill
overkilled
overkilling

Literary usage of Overjumps

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1. Official Catalogue: Annual Horse Show by National Horse Show Association of America (1898)
"... overjumps five feet high. Only those horses then selected will be allowed to compete in that class at 9.30 pm 11.31) am Judging 6 Hackney Mares, ..."

2. The Natural History of Atheism by John Stuart Blackie (1878)
"... Or if there be not, overjumps my ken : But this I know—I am a man, and take Of things that be the measure for myself, And things that be not. ..."

3. The Wise Men of Greece: In a Series of Dramatic Dialogues by John Stuart Blackie (1877)
"Protagoras was right; if there be gods, Or if there be not, overjumps my ken ; But this I know, I am a man, and take Of things that be the measure for ..."

4. Beckwith Notes: With Some Account of Allied Families by Albert Clayton Beckwith, Edward Seymour Beckwith (1899)
"... 1877 " and Robert born "June 6, 1877 " may prove that Nature sometimes overjumps her own regulations, Adelaide Le Brun was not born in 1798, ..."

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