Origin of doover
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Origin of do-over
How to use doover in a sentence
Think of it as the Jersey Shore exception, where you can act like a brutish goon and the first bust is essentially a do-over.Ray Rice Should Have Remembered His 'Kindness' Anti-Bullying Wristband|Michael Daly|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In 2010, I attended my 10-year high-school reunion, where the theme was “Prom Do-Over.”My Strange Passage From Suspected School Shooter to Prom Queen|Gina Tron|January 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Right about now, Micah Moore appears to be looking for a do-over.A Confession to Murder—Quickly Withdrawn—Rocks Religious Community|Winston Ross|November 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A do-over is rare in politics, and the Supreme Court handed one to President Obama by upholding his much-maligned health-care law.Why Won’t Obama Sell His Health-Care Plan Now That It’s Been Upheld?|Eleanor Clift|July 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Superman got a do-over, so maybe the writers should get one too?13 Timeless Time-Travel Films|The Daily Beast Video|August 14, 2009|DAILY BEAST
His wife raised an awful to-do over this, but Helli was firm and for another year he fed and petted the Grouse.Mighty Mikko|Parker Fillmore
Jetty is making a terrible to-do over a solitary china one in her nest.Two Little Travellers|Frances Browne Arthur
Frequently, too, he indulges in a great to-do over nothing, fairly splitting your ears with his noisy cries.
I have said it is a to-do over nothing, though Mr. Jay may think he has the best reason in the world for making a fuss.
But they'd had trouble even before then; for right from the start there was a pretty how-d'ye-do over the plot.Susan Clegg and Her Love Affairs|Anne Warner
British Dictionary definitions for doover
Other Idioms and Phrases with doover
Also, do something over.
Also, do over again. Repeat something, as in This setup won't work; I'll have to do it over again.
Redecorate, as in We've decided to do over the living room. [Early 1900s]