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“Oh! let me, like a courser at its speed, or a votary of Bacchus, approach the tomb! for there is something wild about this fellow's looks, who is eager to o'ertake me.”
“Likewise, it is ordained, Orestes, that thou shalt wed Hermione, at whose neck thou art pointing thy sword; Neoptolemus shall never marry her, though he thinks he will; for his death is fated to o'ertake him by a”
“Unhappy house! what two-fold sorrow doth o'ertake its halls, through heaven's ordinance!”
“Thou think'st them to o'ertake, Thou thinkest to overtake them, for all thou'rt fettered fast; while thou bearest”
“In their wrath they o'ertake us; the prow is deep-dark”
“The difficulties in the double rhymes he overcomes by the device of inflectional endings and repetition of pronouns which although at first moderately satisfactory must eventually become monotonous: declining hasteth tired shining divesteth expired  sing ye make me send you bring ye o'ertake me defend you.”
“Followed his flying steps, and thought each day to o'ertake him.”
“If sorrow o'ertake thee -- then be not faint-hearted;”
“Shall feel sharp vengeance soon o'ertake his sins,”
“When that the spouse of Kriemhild/did wish him to o'ertake.”
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