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Overshoot (cf. O'ershoot) to fly beyond: “the poor wretch, to o. his troubles how he outruns the wind,” Ven. 680 (O. Edd. ouershut). Partic. overshot, properly exceeded in shooting, == blundering, put to shame: “so study evermore is overshot,” LLL I, 1, 143. “'tis not the first time you were overshot,” H5 III, 7, 134.
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