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Overpass - Overtrip,
Overrule (cf. O'errule) to control, to sway; absol.: “thus he that --d I overswayed,” Ven. 109. “when a world of men could not prevail with all their oratory, yet hath a woman's kindness --d,” H6A II, 2, 50. Trans.: “whose mind and mine in that are one, not to be --d,” Lr. I, 3, 16.