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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overbend.
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And, like an overbent piece of cardboard, it eventually cracks.
They are overbent, coarse, and thick in appearance, or may be too narrow from front to back across the lower portion.
But besides this, the solicitude of doing well, and a certain striving and contending of a mind too far strained and overbent upon its undertaking, breaks and hinders itself like water, that by force of its own pressing violence and abundance, cannot find a ready issue through the neck of a bottle or a narrow sluice.
Loc: Bristol That sounds so frustrating, and horribly familiar, if you aren't riding a big, loose moving, overbent TB some judges seem to hate you ...
"When it's really overbent or when you apply too much pressure, the penis can break and what is breaking is the layer of fiber sheath, which can be likened to a sail."