overflowing from

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  • And after that he wrote in his big, rough hand what was overflowing from his heart. Cited from Isobel, by James Oliver Curwood
  • A man's interest in the world is only the overflow from his interest in himself. Cited from Heartbreak House, by George Bernard Shaw
  • There a large tent-camp had been set up for the overflow from the houses. Cited from Fighting For Peace, by Henry Van Dyke
  • Its only function at the moment is to handle overflow from the other three facilities.
  • See how it overflows from the closed eyes; the closed lips. Cited from The Ninth Vibration, et. al., by L. Adams Beck #8
  • She overflowed from her clothes in waves at all possible points. Cited from A Man Four-Square, by William MacLeod Raine
  • A great pity for the lad filled his heart and overflowed from his eyes. Cited from The Prospector, by Ralph Connor
  • This energy overflows from each one to the next and finally reaches earth and the physical domain.
  • Of all the books that crowd his house, overflow from his house, that Bible gets the most attention.
  • Initially two grades shared each class room, and on occasion the school would handle overflow from the high school.
  • But peace overflows from your heart into mine. Cited from Book of Old Ballads, ed. B. Nichols, Vol. 4
  • It also had a large prayer room to handle the overflow from the altar services below.
  • And his compassion overflowed from his heart, and his words were words of pardon. Cited from Three Cities Trilogy, Complete, by Emile Zola
  • The overflow from the basin went into four small pools at street level for dogs to drink.
  • The father pool is the largest pool, with water that always overflows from the edge of the pool.
  • The water that enters the lake is overflow from Pass Lake located just above Mirror Lake.
  • The lake gets water from the stream carrying overflow from Namakkalpalayam lake.
  • Where they had come together north of the tin works, any overflow from the canal was originally designed to empty into the feeder.
  • Perhaps this was because a little stream of excellent water ran in here, overflowing from the great pool or mere which filled the crater above. Cited from When the World Shook, by H. Rider Haggard
  • It seems to have worn a channel deep enough to carry off all the overflow from the valley, without spreading further and threatening the house. Cited from The Wreck of the Nancy Bell, by J. C. Hutcheson
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