overstand

overstand

(ˌəʊvəˈstænd)
vb (tr)
archaic to outstay (something)
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For example, "understand" becomes ovastan "overstand"; "dedication" (dead) becomes livikieshan "livication" (live); "appreciate" (hate) becomes aprishilov "apprecilove" (love), etc.
to 8:30 p.m., as follows - Jerry Zybach and the Blues Kats, June 28; Gabe Schliffer and the Sugar Pine String Band, July 5; Overstand (reggae/rock), July 12; Rebel's Journey, July 19; Blue Skies Big Band, July 26; Cowboy Cadillac, Aug.
There is also a bowl ramp from OVERSTAND available for art lovers and skaters.
The problem here, it would seem, is that too many people are claiming to "understand" Jamaicans, when, as the Rastafarian would say, they should be trying to "overstand," a word which better describes one's journey toward enlightenment.
Now, in terms of the commercial, you must overstand that the "blackface with voices" analogy is out of place.
Mary Reveley's impressive Sandown winner Overstand is among the 28 entries for the Ladbroke and is quoted the 5-1 second favourite.
They start to overstand the real message and where I am coming from and where I am going, and what I'm trying to bring across.
Incorrect acceptance of "intolerably" overstand BV at risk [less than or equal to]4
Overstand is to have knowledge therefore power over an idea or concept whereas understand is not used because it implies a lack of mastery of knowledge because it is "over" you.
ACL-F clearly overstands that a 21st century African World Whm Msw must also include serudjta or building projects, which is where our push to reconstruct kilombos comes back into focus.