Definition of Overlive. Meaning of Overlive. Synonyms of Overlive

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Definition of Overlive

Overlive
Overlive O`ver*live", v. t. To outlive. --Sir P. Sidney. The culture of Northumbria overlived the term of its political supermacy. --Earle.
Overlive
Overlive O`ver*live", v. i. To live too long, too luxuriously, or too actively. --Milton. ``Overlived in this close London life.' --Mrs. Browning.

Meaning of Overlive from wikipedia

- also the author of several books, including Mocked with Death: Tragic Overliving from Sophocles to Milton (2004), The Death Of Socrates: Hero, Villain...
- that he was depressed about his failing physical health and that he had overlived most of his friends. His death was only reported in November 2016. As...
- aching painful daring, boldness audacity midday noon to withstand to resist overlive survive hearsay rumour unwilling, loath reluctant wilful deliberate wont...
- "lion's tooth") Ɯberleben calques Latin supervivo (survive, literally "overlive", which is a synonym of survive) Treppenwitz calques French l'esprit de...
- when it voluntarily choose to leave. In its short life span, it still overlived the German reunification in October 1990. A number of national federations...
- Hector "trementibus aequo humeris et inutile ferruncingi." No, I have overlived the generation with which mutual labors & perils begat mutual confidence...
- at probate on 17 April 1575. He died on 9 October 1573: his wife Mary overlived him. His executors had to pursue the recovery of the arrears of his annuity...
- his only daughter had run off with a fortune-teller. Dame Frances long overlived Sir Thomas, returning to her birthplace of London where she died on 31...
- Susan Birenbaum died in 2008. Birenbaum was the author of the 1969 book Overlive: Power, Poverty, and the University and the 1971 text Something for Everybody...
- the 1560s leaving a will which only partially survives. Elizabeth, who overlived him, died testate in 1567. Nicholas was father of James Leyburn, who was...