Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overleap.(verb)
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Use "overleaps" in a sentence
"But what becomes of virtue during these delicious excursions, when fancy overleaps all difficulties?"
"Selfishness and greed rode roughshod over the promptings of a generous, humane, Christian nature, as they have always done in this country, not only in the case of the African but of the Indian as well, each of whom has in turn felt the pernicious influence of that heartless greed which overleaps honesty and fair play, in the unmanly grasp after perishable gain."
"The Kantian sublime, by the way, explains the same phenomenon but with the exact opposite perspective, our body conditions us this way, but our mind overleaps it."