overbear

[v] - overcome 2. [v] - bear too much
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Overbear

O`ver·bear' transitive verb 1. To bear down or carry down, as by excess of weight, power, force, etc.; to overcome; to suppress. « The point of reputation, when the news first came of the battle lost, did overbear the reason of war.» Bacon. « Overborne...
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Overbear

O`ver·bear' intransitive verb To bear fruit or offspring to excess; to be too prolific.
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overbear

To bear fruit or offspring to excess; to be too prolific. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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overbear

verb contract the abdominal muscles during childbirth to ease delivery
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Overbear

• (v. t.) To domineer over; to overcome by insolence. • (v. t.) To bear down or carry down, as by excess of weight, power, force, etc.; to overcome; to suppress. • (v. i.) To bear fruit or offspring to excess; to be too prolific.
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Overbear

To sail downwind directly at another ship, stealing the wind from its sails.
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Overbear

To sail downwind directly at another ship, stealing the wind from its sails.
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