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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overhandle.

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Examples

  • My only thought is that perhaps she's been overhandled and at least for a time, lost her confidence.

    Mark Joseph: Sarah Barracuda

  • They're front runners now, but both seem overhandled and underprepared -- and fearful that they'll blow it.

    The Outside Shooter...And The Fighting Pilot

  • While George W. Bush, the establishment favorite, seemed to be overhandled and prepackaged, McCain merrily bounced along in his bus with a large gaggle of reporters, saying whatever came into his mind and reaping endless free media.

    The Pilot vs. The Preacher

  • Was he overhandled and overmanaged during the 2000 election?

    Times Like These Call for a President Like Al Gore

  • "We just overhandled the puck, and our strength has been moving the puck quickly," Wilson said.

    USATODAY.com - Sharks make changes for upstream battle

  • As Barnacle Boy Crash Kid's sib and I walked home from school this afternoon he popped out with "Hamsters die when they're overhandled, you know."

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • This cream cheese dough is a remarkable “cheater” dough; it can be overhandled and reworked but still it bakes light and flaky.

    THE TANTE MARIE’S COOKING SCHOOL COOKBOOK

  • But the thing is to flow, and largeness of production is better than little bits of overhandled work.

    Father Payne

  • You do not talk of Humanity in India, because in India "you really see humanity -- raw, brown, naked humanity -- with nothing between it and the blazing sky, and only the used-up, overhandled earth underfoot."

    Rudyard Kipling

  • But he overhandled the puck and Buffalo scored on its first shot when fourth-liner Adam Mair banked a puck off rookie defenceman Adam McQuaid's skate from behind Rask.

    Ottawa Sun

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