O`ver*blow" (?), v. i.

1.

To blow over, or be subdued.

[R.]

Spenser.

2. Mus.

To force so much wind into a pipe that it produces an overtone, or a note higher than the natural note; thus, the upper octaves of a flute are produced by overblowing.

 

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O`ver*blow", v. t.

To blow away; to dissipate by wind, or as by wind.

When this cloud of sorrow's overblown. Waller.

 

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