Definition of Overurging
1. overurge [v] - See also: overurge
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Literary usage of Overurging
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin by Seventh-Day Adventists General Conference. Dept. of Education (1912)
"(2) By immature use of "times" (3) By forcing of ability to abstract and generalize (4) By overurging formal analysis c. Narrow limit of number space (1) ..."
2. How to Conduct a Junior Department by May Griggs Van Voorhis (1918)
"... foundation for Decision Day, not overurging individuals, but presenting the claims of Christ to all. We used to think, sometimes, that the boy and girl ..."
3. Maid of the Mohawk by Frederick Augustus Ray (1906)
"... and knowing no one about the country through which I was passing, I recognized the necessity of withholding the spur, lest overurging might completely ..."