oversway

oversway

(ˌəʊvəˈsweɪ)
vb (tr)
to overrule
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93) Winthrop, describing the individuals' duty in the model godly community, echoed Cotton: 'the care of the public must oversway all private respects'.
8 First winner trained in his own name: Oversway (leased from Michael Magnier, grandfather of John) at Limerick Junction, May 20, 1943.
regarded the grey mare White Squirrel as his first winner (Clonmel 1941) rather than Oversway (Limerick Junction 1943) and, during the presentation, pulled a cuddly toy white squirrel from a bag.