over with

adjective

Definition of over with

: being at an end : finished, completed

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Examples of over with in a Sentence

we'll all be glad when this latest media obsession is over with
Recent Examples on the Web Yet when one of them gets stabbed and drained by a Skeksis, your own brim over with tears. 2. Wired Staff, Wired, "The 5 Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy TV Shows of 2019," 20 Dec. 2019 News outlets around the world publish photographs of beaches mounded over with dead fish and marinas awash in a green, guacamole-like goop. T. Edward Nickens, Field & Stream, "The Conservation Fight for Florida Water is Finally Seeing Progress," 6 Dec. 2019 The wait is over with Jimmy Lee, a soulful love letter to his brother, who lost his battle with drugs. Cori Murray, Essence, "The C LIST: Cori's Must Sees, Dos and Reads in September," 24 Sep. 2019 Ever since the Attitude Era ended, the common perception is that the WWE has focused too much on following a script instead of letting the fans determine who and what gets over with the crowd. Nick Talbot, ExpressNews.com, "AEW is using fan feedback to shape its creative process," 2 Jan. 2020 Tables of free food dot the Red Rocks campus, spilling over with bread, condiments and canned goods. Elizabeth Hernandez, The Denver Post, "Homework without a home: Colorado college to open homeless shelter for students as degree-seekers struggle statewide," 26 Dec. 2019 Any possible visit to Arkansas would come only after talking it over with his parents. Richard Davenport, Arkansas Online, "Hogs make run at QB committed to Longhorns," 24 Dec. 2019 Every present is wrapped, the Bing Crosby is playing, the kids are bubbling over with excitement, your mug is fragrant with eggnog. Kaitlin Menza, House Beautiful, "Is That a Praying Mantis Egg Sac Hanging Off Your Christmas Tree?," 12 Dec. 2019 Grace Christian’s hopes of winning the game were greatly damaged when the Eagles turned the ball over with 11.8 seconds remaining in overtime. Robert Avery, Houston Chronicle, "FBCA uses suspenseful victory in overtime to up win streak to four," 9 Dec. 2019

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First Known Use of over with

1884, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of over with was in 1884

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19 Jan 2020

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“Over with.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/over%20with. Accessed 25 January 2020.

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