verb (used with object), o·ver·scored, o·ver·scor·ing.
to score over, as with strokes or lines.
Origin of overscore
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Again the gravel sounded crisply below their feet, without the overscore of human voices.The Angel of Pain
E. F. Benson
(tr) to cancel or cross out by drawing a line or lines over or through
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