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allover

[awl-oh-ver] /ˈɔlˌoʊ vər/
adjective
1.
extending or repeated over the entire surface, as a decorative pattern.
noun
2.
a fabric with an allover pattern.
Origin
1570-1580
1570-80; all + over
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  • Representational imagery dissolved into the aesthetic nirvana of the unified, allover field.
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  • But it is required that you, in essence, begin your jury deliberations allover again.
  • When she began to bleed, he warned her not to bleed allover his car.
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  • Fill the paper from edge to edge so that there is an allover pattern.
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  • In addition to the possibility of a higher premium, the contestable period would start allover.

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