Definition of Overwore
1. overwear [v] - See also: overwear
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Literary usage of Overwore
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1. A New Dictionary of the Italian and English Languages Based Upon that of by Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti, John Davenport, Guglielmo Comelati (1873)
"overwore, pass, del vería to overwear. To Overwork, va (pass, e part, overworked о overwrought,) \.far ..."
2. A new dictionary of the Italian and English languages, based upon that of by John Davenport, Giuseppe Marc' Antonio Baretti, Guglielmo Comelati (1854)
"To Overwear, va (pass, overwore, part, overworn,) 1. portare, ... overwore, pass, del verbo to overwear. Overworn, a. 1. part, del verbo to overwear ..."
3. The Literary Life and Correspondence of the Countess of Blessington by Richard Robert Madden (1855)
"Could I hare bound these arthritic heels of mine with the small light pinions of the only god who overwore wings to his, I should, e;e now, ..."
4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench, and by William Mawdesley Best, George James Philip Smith, Great Britain Court of Queen's Bench, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber (1863)
"By the earlier statutes the whole overwore of parish was empowered to appoint a Burial Board without ^.™* any limitation; subsequently, smaller parishes or ..."