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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overcrow.


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  • Only, the egotism that overcrows you is offensive, that exalts trifles and takes pleasure in them, that suggests superiority in matters of equipage and furniture; and the egotism is offensive, because it runs counter to and jostles your self-complacency.

    Dreamthorp A Book of Essays Written in the Country

  • _overcrows_ the town, browbeats their prejudices, and bullies them out of their senses, and is not afraid of being contradicted by any one

    The Spirit of the Age Contemporary Portraits


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