“The poem’s five-line units, alternating three rhymed tetrameter lines with two of dimeter in an aaabb pattern, frequently spill over metrically and syntactically.”
“We should ha 'had more yet if Mr. Skillcorn hadn't managed to spill over one cask of it – I reckon he wanted it for sass for his chicken.”
“The hopvine growing over the high wall behind the seat made a yellow curtain and its scented folds hung down to spill over the stone.”
“If a wizard worked a size-changing spell in this area and let a little spill over into the clover patch, it would explain Killer's unusual growth very nicely.”
“And no matter when Seraph surrendered, before battle or afterwards, that same suspicion would likely spill over into the creation of a hundred different guerrilla units.”
“Huge twenty-five-foot windows allowed moonlight to spill over a four-foot-high, half-brick wall, and that blue-white wash painted the cement floor, which ran a full block long.”
Looking for tweets for spill over.