(intr, preposition) to inspect by making a tour of: she said she'd like to see over the house
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How to use see over in a sentence
Because caricatures break down when you see over-heated political passions with a sense of perspective.
Is everyone in Ireland a writer or are those the only Irish we get to see over here?The Prodigious Roddy Doyle Is the Celtic Tiger of Irish Literature | Allen Barra | March 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
My blindfold was not well secured, so I could see over the top.A Syrian Soldier on Being Arrested for Refusing to Shoot Civilians | Andrew Slater | September 5, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
I was glad to see over the weekend that one liberal group has finally done it.
There was a tremendous hullaboo about something, and I craned to see over the shoulder of the man in front.The New Machiavelli | Herbert George Wells
Tess could see over the hedge the distant three in a group, standing as he had placed them on the next rising ground.Tess of the d'Urbervilles | Thomas Hardy
The wall was covered with roses and ivy, but still it was a boundary you could not pass, and could not see over.The Man Between | Amelia E. Barr
About the only animal he ever failed to connect with for keeps, is that same cow-backed hoss yuh see over there.The Happy Family | Bertha Muzzy Bower
Sampson and the rest of the old ship's company gathered near him, where they could see over the rail.Within The Enemy's Lines | Oliver Optic