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O'erpressed, oppressed by superior force, overwhelmed: “thy might is more than my o. defence can bide,” Sonn. 139, 8. “he bestrid an o. Roman,” Cor. II, 2, 97. death may usurp on nature many hours, and yet the fire of life kindle again the o. spirits, Per.III, 2, 84.
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