Scrabble word: OVER


In which Scrabble dictionary does OVER exist?

Scrabble (US/Canada)
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Official Scrabble (OSPD4)
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Official Scrabble (OSPD5)
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Scrabble (UK)
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Lexulous (US)
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Definitions of OVER in dictionaries:

    • noun - (cricket) the division of play during which six balls are bowled at the batsman by one player from the other team from the same end of the pitch
    • adj - having come or been brought to a conclusion
    • adv - at or to a point across intervening space etc.
    • adv - throughout an area
    • adv - throughout a period of time
    • adv - beyond the top or upper surface or edge
    • adv - over the entire area
    • In or at a position above or higher than: a sign over the door; a hawk gliding over the hills.
    • Above and across from one end or side to the other: a jump over the fence.
    • To the other side of; across: strolled over the bridge.
    • Across the edge of and down: fell over the cliff.
    • On the other side of: a village over the border.
    • Upon the surface of: put a coat of varnish over the woodwork.
    • On top of or down upon: clubbed him over the head; tripped over the toys.
    • Through the extent of; all through: walked over the grounds; looked over the report.
    • Through the medium of; via: addressed us over the loudspeaker; can’t tell you over the phone.
    • So as to cover: put rocks over a cave entrance; threw a shawl over her shoulders.
    • Up to or higher than the level or height of: The water was over my shoulders.
    • Through the period or duration of: records maintained over two years.
    • Until or beyond the end of: stayed over the holidays.
    • More than in degree, quantity, or extent: over ten miles; over a thousand dollars.
    • In superiority to: won a narrow victory over her rival; a distinct advantage over our competitors.
    • In preference to: selected him over all the others.
    • In a position to rule or control: The director presides over the meeting.
    • So as to have an effect or influence on: the change that came over you.
    • While occupied with or engaged in: a chat over coffee.
    • With reference to; concerning: an argument over methods.
    • Above the top or surface: climbed the ladder and peered over.
    • Across to another or opposite side: stopped at the curb, then crossed over.
    • Across the edge, brink, or brim: The coffee spilled over.
    • Across an intervening space: Throw the ball over.
    • Across a distance in a particular direction or at a location: lives over in England.
    • To another often specified place or position: Move your chair over toward the fire.
    • To one’s place of residence or business: invited us over for cocktails.
    • Throughout an entire area or region: wandered all over.
    • To a different opinion or allegiance: win someone over.
    • So as to be comprehensible, acceptable, or effective; across: eventually got my point over.
    • To a different person, condition, or title: sign the property over.
    • So as to be completely enclosed or covered: The river froze over.
    • Completely through; from beginning to end: Think the problem over.
    • From an upright position: kicked the bookstand over.
    • From an upward position to an inverted or reversed position: turn the paper over.
    • Another time; again: counted his cards over; had to do it over.
    • In repetition: made me write it ten times over.
    • In addition or excess; in surplus: lots of food left over.
    • Beyond or until a specified time: stay a day over.
    • At an end: Summer is over.
    • Used in two-way radio to indicate that a transmission is complete and a reply is awaited.
    • External; outer.
    • Excessive; extreme.
    • Not yet used up; remaining.
    • A series of six balls bowled from one end of a cricket pitch.
    • verb - to leap above and to the other side of


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There are 4 letters in OVER: E O R V

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