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  • v. Present participle of overgo.


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  • The overgoing sun shines upon no region, of equal extent, which offers so many and such varied inducements to men in search of homes and health, as does the region which is entitled to the appellation of

    The California Birthday Book

  • Try to eat only at those times and kind of beware when you start overgoing what you should eat.

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  • And in their running thus away, the Sergeant-Major finding one of their horses ready saddled and bridled, took the same to follow the chase; and so overgoing all his company, was by one laid behind a bush shot through the head; and falling down therewith, was by the same and two or three more, stabbed in three or four places of his body with swords and daggers, before any could come near to his rescue.

    Drake’s Great Armada


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