overcrow

overcrow

(ˌəʊvəˈkrəʊ)
vb (tr)
to crow over
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1, as halle / steinhagen - as borgholzhausen, noise protection and overcrow assistance between clever bruch and bauende (b476)
Barely the UK to church regularly What's more, the expansion of the Church of England in the education sector will, in what is already an overcrowded market place, further narrow school choices for England in th sector will, in w an overcrow place, further n non-Church of England pupils.
DOUGHTY [Aside] This is quite upside-down: the son controls the father, and the man overcrows his master's coxcomb.