over,” (i) to pass beyond (a limit)
Mer.V. I. ii. 20
“a hot temper l-s o'er a
; (ii) to pass over, skip
2H4 IV. iv. 124
“as the year Had found
some months asleep and l-'d them
Troil. Prol. 27 “our
play L-s o'er the . . . firstlings of those
A Shakespeare Glossary. C. T. Onions. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1911.
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