overgreat

overgreat

(ˈəʊvəˌɡreɪt)
adj
too great
References in classic literature ?
The causes of superstition are: pleasing and sensual rites and ceremonies; excess of outward and pharisaical holiness; overgreat reverence of traditions, which cannot but load the church; the stratagems of prelates, for their own ambition and lucre; the favoring too much of good intentions, which openeth the gate to conceits and novelties; the taking an aim at divine matters, by human, which cannot but breed mixture of imaginations: and, lastly, barbarous times, especially joined with calamities and disasters.
Ryan Johnson's double helped Sefton Youth secure victory overGreat Crosby in the under-10s.
39) Montague specifically objects to Puritan appropriation of the word: he too, royalist and Anglican, is a patriot, whereas William Prynne saw the word patriot as a popish libel on 'the very name of puritans, as overgreat advancers and chiefest patriots and propugners of Monarchy' (Histriomastix (1633), p.
Liam Van Gelder's good weekend continued with two goals in Delta Taxis' (JackMurphy) 3-2win overGreat Crosby Sharks (Maddison France, Shaun Patterson), Sefton Rangers beat Crosby Stuart Youth 2-0 thanks to PaulHealey and Elliot Atkinson, and Great Crosby Tigers (Padilla 2, Murphy, Connor) beat Netherton Panthers 4-0.