Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To smear with a red color.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb obsolete To smear with red.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They could not come to a clear agreement, a clear understanding, so they wrote words that paper-overred the differences and they did so consciously.

    2nd Amendment, Original Intent, and Disregard of the Constitution « Lean Left

  • They could not come to a clear agreement, a clear understanding, so they wrote words that paper-overred the differences and they did so consciously.

    2008 March « Lean Left

  • They could not come to a clear agreement, a clear understanding, so they wrote words that paper-overred the differences and they did so consciously.

    2008 March 27 « Lean Left

  • I called my sister unable to breath or speak I think she thought I was a prankster because I was laughing so hard and double-overred with tears.

    Promises, Promises

  • And now, fill round, and fill too, a cup to thyself to overred thy fear, as mad Will has it.

    Woodstock

  • And now, fill round, and fill too, a cup to thyself to overred thy fear, as mad Will has it.

    Woodstock; or, the Cavalier

  • And till by the end of the next year these tests will be overred.

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