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Correct spelling: overpower

shine through, submerge, whelm, rout, subjugate, annihilate, down, overtake, surge, overturn, defeat, color, overwhelm, trump, clobber, overhaul, grip, overcome, worst, crush, capture, steamroller, knock out, prostrate, quell, conquer, discomfit, swamp, drown, overthrow, subdue, overmatch, catch up with, pass, outdo, trounce, subordinate, sweep over, devastate, wallop, floor, pacify, outplay, dominate, cream, catch, whip, massacre, shellac, checkmate, vanquish, engulf, smash, heighten, grow, get over, grind, win, triumph, have the best, pulse, predominate, leap out at, come over, surmount, stick out, overmaster, put down, reduce, affect, smear, flood out, run, thrash, get the best, jump out at, drub, get the better of, beat, deluge, snow under, oppress, master, foil, humble, subject, stand out.

submit, retire, manumit, yield, resign, cede, free, uncage, lose, fail, unchain, fly, spring, unbind, surrender, enfranchise, succumb, liberate, fall, retreat, forfeit, emancipate, unfetter, capitulate, release, discharge.

Examples of usage:

1) It was now that the army plot was formed, the main object of which was to bring up to London the army which had been raised against the Scots, and by means of it to overpower Parliament and to release Strafford. - "Henrietta Maria", Henrietta Haynes.

2) Eva nodded gratefully, and when grief threatened to overpower her she thought of the saint's soothing words, " Sister Sorrow," and her heart grew calmer. - "In The Fire Of The Forge, Volume 5.", Georg Ebers.

3) When sleep threatened to overpower her she thought of her mother's last words, especially one phrase, " the forge fire of life," which seemed specially pregnant with meaning. - "In The Fire Of The Forge, Volume 5.", Georg Ebers.