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over-the-counter of drugs or medication, legally available for purchase without a prescription. [2 definitions]
over the counter from or by a stockbroker as opposed to the stock exchange.
over the hill past one's most effective or powerful period.
over the hump past the most difficult or trying part of something.
over the moon extremely happy (about something in particular).
over the transom designating a manuscript or other material that is submitted to a publisher without having been solicited.
overthin combined form of thin.
overthink combined form of think.
overthrew past tense of "overthrow."
overthrow to oust (a person or persons) from power, esp. by force. [7 definitions]
overthrown past participle of "overthrow."
overtighten combined form of tighten.
overtime time worked beyond a given upper limit for a day or week. [4 definitions]
overtired combined form of tired.
overtone in music, any of several higher frequencies associated with a given tone; harmonic. [2 definitions]
overtook past tense of "overtake."
overtop to be or go above the top of. [2 definitions]
overtrain combined form of train.
overtreat combined form of treat.
overtreatment combined form of treatment.
overture an opening gesture, as for initiating a relationship or other interaction. [4 definitions]