overscore

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o·ver·score

 (ō′vər-skôr′)
tr.v. o·ver·scored, o·ver·scor·ing, o·ver·scores
To cross out by drawing a line or lines over or through.

overscore

(ˌəʊvəˈskɔː)
vb
(tr) to cancel or cross out by drawing a line or lines over or through

overscore


Past participle: overscored
Gerund: overscoring

Imperative
overscore
overscore
Present
I overscore
you overscore
he/she/it overscores
we overscore
you overscore
they overscore
Preterite
I overscored
you overscored
he/she/it overscored
we overscored
you overscored
they overscored
Present Continuous
I am overscoring
you are overscoring
he/she/it is overscoring
we are overscoring
you are overscoring
they are overscoring
Present Perfect
I have overscored
you have overscored
he/she/it has overscored
we have overscored
you have overscored
they have overscored
Past Continuous
I was overscoring
you were overscoring
he/she/it was overscoring
we were overscoring
you were overscoring
they were overscoring
Past Perfect
I had overscored
you had overscored
he/she/it had overscored
we had overscored
you had overscored
they had overscored
Future
I will overscore
you will overscore
he/she/it will overscore
we will overscore
you will overscore
they will overscore
Future Perfect
I will have overscored
you will have overscored
he/she/it will have overscored
we will have overscored
you will have overscored
they will have overscored
Future Continuous
I will be overscoring
you will be overscoring
he/she/it will be overscoring
we will be overscoring
you will be overscoring
they will be overscoring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overscoring
you have been overscoring
he/she/it has been overscoring
we have been overscoring
you have been overscoring
they have been overscoring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overscoring
you will have been overscoring
he/she/it will have been overscoring
we will have been overscoring
you will have been overscoring
they will have been overscoring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overscoring
you had been overscoring
he/she/it had been overscoring
we had been overscoring
you had been overscoring
they had been overscoring
Conditional
I would overscore
you would overscore
he/she/it would overscore
we would overscore
you would overscore
they would overscore
Past Conditional
I would have overscored
you would have overscored
he/she/it would have overscored
we would have overscored
you would have overscored
they would have overscored
References in classic literature ?
I should never get to the bottom--were I to let myself go even now-- of the prodigious private commentary, all under still more private correction, with which, in these days, I overscored their full hours.
So, a map showing 'enemy aerial activity', its battle-line overscored with pencil scribbles indicating the passing of reconnaissance aircraft overhead, spoke volumes to those on the ground: when the sorties flew deeper than usual over the front line it was an indication of an impending attack.
Neutrinos by Gwilym Simcock, though somewhat overscored in this intimate acoustic, was a busy exploration of metrical permutations.
Luisi's maudlin, overscored flashbacks--which culminate in a poorly staged car accident--clash with relentlessly hideous scenes of black women being beaten and held at knifepoint, suggesting artistic demons/ fixations more disturbing than any plaguing the pic's protag.
The writing that has been on the wall for Leeds throughout this wretched season can now be overscored in indelible ink after yesterday's sorry 2-1 home defeat by Portsmouth.
where y and x are the respective valences of species i and j, and the overscored concentrations are those of the exchanger phase ([mol.
The new African Pride relaxer kit features promotional phrases that encircle the model's head shot, rather than being listed in the box's left corner, and the logo retains its red, green and black colors with one minor exception--the logo is now underscored and overscored with red instead of green.
That is, the poet receives, in his palimpsest-like folklore, an already ancient and overscored tradition of non-patrilineal descent among his ancestors.
6) As for the depiction of chaos, the relevant sentence in the original lecture is heavily overscored and only partly legible, but enough can be read to make it clear that Crotch actually intended a favourable comparison between this section of Haydn's work and the chorus 'O first created beam' from Act I of Handel's Samson.
The quintessential sports movie (beleaguered players overcome adversity and summon up the grit to win), this David Mickey Evans-helmed cockle-warmer is overscored, underwritten sometimes awkwardly shot, but for the most part capably acted and armed with a story that's a sure thing.