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- v. Present participle of overcover.
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Their hysteria over the Swine Flu disrupted all their elaborate plans for overcovering Barack Obama's first hundred days.
How is it with all of these big news organizations now playing on your turf, now covering, some would say overcovering, the Jackson story, that you're still able to be ahead on some of these stories?
Beware of overcovering, as such induces overheating inside the bed.
And this isn't like overcovering Lindsay Lohan's jail sentence.
I think you're dead on that Indy was overcovering the short portion of the field.
"For this purpose he dressed himself in the costume which he deemed most appropriate to his character, decorated with his brilliant overcovering and belt, his tomahawk, and Washington medal.