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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overbrow.

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Examples

  • He was not within view; and, while she wondered, and congratulated herself on a possibility of escaping, she perceived a Monk walking silently beneath the dark rocks that overbrowed the beach.

    The Italian

  • It was a quaint, dim room, overbrowed and gloomed by the roofed projection of the stoop; low-ceiled, high-wainscoted and paneled.

    Faith Gartney's Girlhood

  • A merry sparkle in the depths of his hazel eyes relieved the shadows of rather notably heavy lids, themselves heavily overbrowed -- with a suggestion of character which had not yet asserted itself to those who knew him best.

    St. George and St. Michael

  • A merry sparkle in the depths of his hazel eyes relieved the shadows of rather notably heavy lids, themselves heavily overbrowed -- with a suggestion of character which had not yet asserted itself to those who knew him best.

    St. George and St. Michael Volume I

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