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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overbend.

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Examples

  • And, like an overbent piece of cardboard, it eventually cracks.

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  • They are overbent, coarse, and thick in appearance, or may be too narrow from front to back across the lower portion.

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  • 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.

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  • 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 ...

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  • "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."

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