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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overclimb.


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  • The stony path was bordered by brambles, overclimbed by clematis, whose glistening awns were mingled with blackberries, which not even a child troubled to pick.

    Wanderings by southern waters, eastern Aquitaine

  • A little beyond the spot where the Dordogne and the Rue met and embraced uproariously, the path entered a narrow lane bordered by tall hedges chiefly of hazel and briar overclimbed by wild clematis -- well termed the traveller's joy, for it is a beautiful plant that reminds many a wanderer of his far-away home.

    Two Summers in Guyenne

  • The house of Maestro Benedetto was a long stone building, with a loggia at the back all overclimbed by hardy rose trees, and looking on a garden that was more than half an orchard, and in which grew abundantly pear trees, plum trees, and wood strawberries.



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