Definition of o'ercome
What is the definition of "o'ercome"?
2. The burden of a song or discourse.
Use "o'ercome" in a sentence
"No sooner had great Hector given us our quarters and told us the watchword than we laid us down to sleep upon the ground, o'ercome by weariness."
"Now more than ever do see noble birth o'ercome by fortune; for these, though sprung from noble sire, are suffering what they ne'er deserved."
"So we thought for over a year how to make the deal appear when a fire and friendly choir seemed to o'ercome our fear."
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