verb (used with object), o·ver·bore, o·ver·borne, o·ver·bear·ing.
verb (used without object), o·ver·bore, o·ver·borne, o·ver·bear·ing.
Origin of overbear
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Historical Examples of overbore
It was his love that urged him on, his love that overbore his scruples, his gravest apprehensions.The Night Riders
Again charging, he overbore him to the floor, but failed to hold him.The Trail of '98
Robert W. Service
She overbore him; they burst together into the room, as I have described.The King's Mirror
He was prominent in public life and overbore all opposition.
It was in defense of his ideas of justice that he overbore opposition.