overeating

Definitions

  • Bridge over the Mole, Cobham
    Bridge over the Mole, Cobham
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n overeating eating to excess (personified as one of the deadly sins)
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Additional illustrations & photos:

A man stands over Que, who is asleep on his mailbag A man stands over Que, who is asleep on his mailbag
Duquesne Victorious over Ruyter—446a Duquesne Victorious over Ruyter—446a
Dad Rolled off over the Bowsprit 128 Dad Rolled off over the Bowsprit 128
Queen Victoria sent over some things Queen Victoria sent over some things
TO THINK IT OVER SHE WENT INTO THE WOOD TO THINK IT OVER SHE WENT INTO THE WOOD
The fortress on the hillside over the river The fortress on the hillside over the river
OVER THE ROCKY BRIDGE OVER THE ROCKY BRIDGE
OVER SHE HAD TO GO SOMEHOW OVER SHE HAD TO GO SOMEHOW

Quotations

  • Friedrich Nietzsche
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    “The spiritualization of sensuality is called love: it is a great triumph over Christianity.”
  • Abraham Lincoln
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    “If you wish to win a man over to your ideas, first make him your friend.”
  • Ken Keyes Jr.
    Ken Keyes Jr.
    “To be upset over what you don't have is to waste what you do have.”
  • Alexander Hamilton
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    “Power over a man's subsistence amounts to power over his will.”
  • St. Teresa of Avila
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    “There are more tears shed over answered prayers than over unanswered prayers.”
  • Source Unknown
    Source Unknown
    “If you don't have time to do it right you must have time to do it over.”

Idioms

All over bar the shouting - When something is all over bar the shouting, the outcome is absolutely certain.('All over but the shouting' is also used.)
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All over Hell's half acre - (USA) If you have been all over Hell's half acre, you have been traveling and visiting many more places than originally intended, usually because you were unsuccessful in finding what you were looking for. It can also be used to mean everywhere.
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All over the map - (USA) If something like a discussion is all over the map, it doesn't stick to the main topic and goes off on tangents.
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All over the place - If something is completely disorganised or confused, it is all over the place.
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All over the shop - If something is completely disorganised or confused, it is all over the shop.
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All over the show - If something is all over the show, it's in a complete mess.An alternative to 'All over the shop'.
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Bend over backwards - If someone bends over backwards, they do everything they can to help someone.
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Don't cry over spilt milk - When something bad happens and nothing can be done to help it people say, 'Don't cry over spilt milk'.
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Go over like a lead balloon - (USA) If something goes over like a lead balloon, it will not work well, or go over well.
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Haul someone over the coals - If you haul someone over the coals, you reprimand them severely.
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Head over heels in love - When someone falls passionately in love and is intoxicated by the feeling has fallen head over heels in love.
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In over your head - If someone is in over their head, they are out of the depth in something they are involved in, and may end up in a mess.
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It ain't over till the fat lady sings - This idiom means that until something has officially finished, the result is uncertain.
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It's no use crying over spilt milk - This idiom means that getting upset after something has gone wrong is pointless; it can't be changed so it should be accepted.
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Kick over the traces - Kicking over the traces is wild rebellious behaviour or being out of control. It comes from when a horse in harness got a rear leg over the traces, which attach it to the vehicle, it started pulling and became uncontrollable.
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Usage

In literature:

Quillan reached over the back of the seat and eased her over on her side.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
Over and over we rolled.
"The Trail of '98" by Robert W. Service
Then, over and over, comes some pettiest obstacle, and the whole vast matter is turned awry.
"The Long Roll" by Mary Johnston
A wooden beam was placed directly over the body, and then the hollow was covered over with some six or eight inches of earth.
"Across Unknown South America" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
He assured himself of this over and over again, so that no false hope might linger in his heart.
"Orley Farm" by Anthony Trollope
We rode on over the arid soil; over plains of lava and cut-rock that wounded the hoofs of our horses, laming many.
"The Scalp Hunters" by Mayne Reid
We saw him glancing now over one shoulder, now over the other.
"In the Wilds of Africa" by W.H.G. Kingston
Not grand, but the kind one loves to wander over.
"The Bishop of Cottontown" by John Trotwood Moore
His thought was far back over the trail of ice and snow over which he had so recently passed.
"The Heart of Unaga" by Ridgwell Cullum
But they jolted over rough streets, through little clumps of Irish villages, and laughed over the pigs, and geese, and children.
"A Little Girl of Long Ago" by Amanda Millie Douglas
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In poetry:

The year is fallen over-ripe.
The year of our women.
The year of our women is fallen over-ripe.
The secret is laid bare.
And rottenness soon sets in.
The year of our women is fallen over-ripe.
"Figs" by D H Lawrence
When the shadows broke and the dawn's white sword
Swung over the mountain wall,
And a little wind blew over the ford,
A sargeant sprang to his feet and roared:
'In the name of the Queen, Ben Hall!'
"The Death Of Ben Hall" by William Henry Ogilvie
But where was he? still speeding fast,
Over the frozen stream he pass’d,
They watched his flying form until
They lost it over Sawyer's Hill,
Nor saw it more, the people swore
The like they'd never seen before.
"The Demon Snow-Shoes (A Legend of Kiandra)" by Barcroft Henry Boake
And over, afar from over the deep,
Came a long and cadenced wail;
It rose, and it sank, and it rose on the steep
Of the billows that build the gale.
It ceased; but on in his bosom creep
Low echoes that tell the tale.
"The Homeless Ghost" by George MacDonald
Then happened all those happy things -- all over,
All over, all gone now, and far away!
Then you got all you would, my happy lover, And she was not unwilling -- day after day
White suns shone, white suns shone, and you were loved.
"Catullus : VIII." by Thomas MacDonagh
God! Will they always be at it in the everlasting old tone,
Telling me over and over the things I have loved and known,
Keeping my heart from forgetting, no matter how hard I try,
The various kinds of a fool I was in the years gone by . . .
"The Prairie Shepherd" by Cicely Fox Smith

In news:

John Cale tries to fight the sense that he's doing the same thing over and over.
I'm sure you have fun harassing people and starting fights over waves, but we're over it.
"He wears camo , and sometimes the same camo over and over again without washing it," she says.
If you have files that you use over and over again, you probably don't want to launch the parent program first and then open the file.
"We prefer local over global and handmade over just about anything," Alonso says.
Miss Kinston won over the judges, but Miss Fayetteville won over her fellow contestants at Saturday night's Miss North Carolina pageant in Raleigh.
Gasoline prices rose 4.0% over the last 2 months, while up 6.0% over the year.
So while Taylor may want to hand over the reins of a project for the good of the team, she still has to fight her instinct to make suggestions, tinker or take over.
After 3,745 miles, nine states and 127 gallons of gasoline spread over the last two weeks our family vacation finally is over.
If you ever needed any proof that a fight isn't over until it's over -- and in Paul Daley's case, not even then.
Mike Yam and Cris Carter go over the Cowboys romp over the Bills, 44-7.
A giant crane knocked over by Hurricane Sandy could dangle 1,000 feet over Midtown for weeks while engineers decide how to bring it down.
A tug-of-war over the county-owned parcel that makes up one-third of the off-road area has refueled debate over the Dunes' future.
As the sun set across the sky over the county one recent evening the clouds appeared as a giant raptor looming over the countryside.
The combinatino of goo poured over Brewers pitcher Mike Fiers after he hurled the team to a win over the Dodgers in Los Angeles Tuesday night.
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In science:

If there are no nonconstant J -holomorphic CP1 ’s in M then we can use Theorem 6.31 to define Lagrangian Floer cohomology using effective Kuranishi cochains, and the construction then works with Novikov rings over the integers Z, or over an arbitrary commutative ring R, rather than just over Q.
Kuranishi homology and Kuranishi cohomology
The summation over k has (cid:82) 2πkndkn and integrating over kn gives change (cid:82) d3k → (cid:82) dkz been transformed into an integral by the standard procedure of box normalization with periodic boundary conditions over a (large) volume V .
Particle creation, classicality and related issues in quantum field theory: II. Examples from field theory
Being a module over the Lie algebra A, M is also a module over the Lie algebra J and, as J 2 ⊆ PannA (M ), over g(J ).
Finite-dimensional simple Poisson modules
Assume p ∈ S(B ) splits strongly over A, that is, there exists a sequence I = h¯bi : i < ω i indiscernible over A with ϕ( ¯x, ¯b0 ), ¬ϕ( ¯x, ¯b1 ) ∈ p; then ψ( ¯x, ¯b0¯b1 ) = ϕ( ¯x, ¯b0 ) ∧ ¬ϕ( ¯x, ¯b1) ∈ p divides over A, since the set {ϕ( ¯x, ¯b2i ), ¬ϕ( ¯x, ¯b2i+1 ) : i < ω} is inconsistent by the dependence of T .
On generically stable types in dependent theories
We say that it is a sequence in p nonsplitting/nonforking over A (or based on A) if it is a sequence of realizations of p indiscernible over B and nonsplitting (respectively, nonforking) over A.
On generically stable types in dependent theories
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