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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overreach.

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Examples

  • A snarl of bloodthirsty gratification hummed in his bull-throat as he leaped, and the first attacker, his short sword overreached by the whistling saber, went down with his brains gushing from his split skull.

    The Coming of Conan The Cimmerian

  • A snarl of bloodthirsty gratification hummed in his bull-throat as he leaped, and the first attacker, his short sword overreached by the whistling saber, went down with his brains gushing from his split skull.

    The Coming Of Conan The Cimmerian

  • A snarl of bloodthirsty gratification hummed in his bull-throat as he leaped, and the first attacker, his short sword overreached by the whistling saber, went down with his brains gushing from his split skull.

    The Conan Chronicles

  • A snarl of bloodthirsty gratification hummed in his bull-throat as he leaped, and the first attacker, his short sword overreached by the whistling saber, went down with his brains gushing from his split skull.

    Conan the Adventurer

  • DAVIES: Pearson and Anderson stayed right after him, after Nixon really effectively dodged the bullet in that Checkers speech, wrote a hard-hitting series of columns but kind of overreached in a way, didn't they?

    Nixon's Failed Attempts At 'Poisoning The Press'

  • DAVIES: Pearson and Anderson stayed right after him, after Nixon really effectively dodged the bullet in that Checkers speech, wrote a hard-hitting series of columns but kind of overreached in a way, didn't they?

    Nixon's Failed Attempts At 'Poisoning The Press'

  • DAVIES: Pearson and Anderson stayed right after him, after Nixon really effectively dodged the bullet in that Checkers speech, wrote a hard-hitting series of columns but kind of overreached in a way, didn't they?

    Nixon's Failed Attempts At 'Poisoning The Press'

  • DAVIES: Pearson and Anderson stayed right after him, after Nixon really effectively dodged the bullet in that Checkers speech, wrote a hard-hitting series of columns but kind of overreached in a way, didn't they?

    Nixon's Failed Attempts At 'Poisoning The Press'

  • DAVIES: Pearson and Anderson stayed right after him, after Nixon really effectively dodged the bullet in that Checkers speech, wrote a hard-hitting series of columns but kind of overreached in a way, didn't they?

    Nixon's Failed Attempts At 'Poisoning The Press'

  • DAVIES: Pearson and Anderson stayed right after him, after Nixon really effectively dodged the bullet in that Checkers speech, wrote a hard-hitting series of columns but kind of overreached in a way, didn't they?

    Nixon's Failed Attempts At 'Poisoning The Press'

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