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

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So in a sense, there’s something to be said for just getting it over with. Karley Sciortino, Vogue, "Is There a “Right” Way to Lose Your Virginity?," 19 Oct. 2018 In the best case scenario, patients are willing to try to start over with me. SELF, "I'm a Registered Dietitian and Here’s What I Want People to Know About 'Food Sensitivity' Testing Kits," 12 Oct. 2018 According to Axios, now that Democrats have House control, some industry lobbyists think the logjam could be broken by Senate Republicans who may be more inclined to move ahead with a compromise bill than to start over with the new House. Verge Staff, The Verge, "What the new Congress means for space, self-driving cars, and regulating Facebook," 7 Nov. 2018 Sterling Organization intends to demolish the mall and start over with a huge project, including a Costco, more retail and restaurants, as well as housing and a hotel. Joshua Sharpe, ajc, "What’s going on with plans to tear down, rebuild North DeKalb Mall?," 13 July 2018 In the case of McHenry, McCormack said, organizers start over with a new deck when someone draws the second joker. Robert Mccoppin, chicagotribune.com, "Another VFW Queen of Hearts raffle tops $1 million as games grow in popularity, prizes," 22 May 2018 Your only recourses once that happens are either to dig it by hand or to spray to kill both of the grasses and start over with fresh Bermuda. Neil Sperry, star-telegram, "Turf troubles? Here's advice to get you in the green again | Fort Worth Star-Telegram," 2 May 2018 Last: 55 Stats: 11.7 PPG, 3.1 APG, 43.2% 3FG Hall is a player who has won teams over with his intangibles and now appears like a strong second-round bet. Jeremy Woo, SI.com, "2018 NBA Mock Draft 11.0: Trade Rumors and Final Picks for Both Rounds," 21 June 2018 Miguel Cabrera is an obvious one, with his season now over with a ruptured bicep muscle. Jamie Samuelsen, Detroit Free Press, "Detroit Tigers: Blaine Hardy, Leonys Martin among biggest surprises," 18 June 2018

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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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