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Crossword Answers for: O?E?A??

onehand

one-hand
(a.) Employing one hand; as, the one-hand alphabet. See Dactylology.

onerary

onerary
(a.) Fitted for, or carrying, a burden.

onerate

onerate
(v. t.) To load; to burden.

openair

open-air
(a.) Taking place in the open air; outdoor; as, an open-air game or meeting.

operand

operand
(n.) The symbol, quantity, or thing upon which a mathematical operation is performed; -- called also faciend.

operate

operate
(v. i.) To perform a work or labor; to exert power or strengh, physical or mechanical; to act.
(v. i.) To produce an appropriate physical effect; to issue in the result designed by nature; especially (Med.), to take appropriate effect on the human system.
(v. i.) To act or produce effect on the mind; to exert moral power or influence.
(v. i.) To perform some manual act upon a human body in a methodical manner, and usually with instruments, with a view to restore soundness or health, as in amputation, lithotomy, etc.
(v. i.) To deal in stocks or any commodity with a view to speculative profits.
(v. t.) To produce, as an effect; to cause.
(v. t.) To put into, or to continue in, operation or activity; to work; as, to operate a machine.

oregano

oregano
Pungent leaves used as seasoning with meats and fowl and in stews and soups and omelets
Aromatic Eurasian perennial

overact

overact
(v. i.) To act more than is necessary; to go to excess in action.
(v. t.) To act or perform to excess; to exaggerate in acting; as, he overacted his part.
(v. t.) To act upon, or influence, unduly.

overage

overage
Too old to be useful; "He left the house...for the support of twelve superannuated wool carders"- Anthony Trollope
A surplus or excess of money or merchandise that is actually on hand and that exceeds expectations

overarm

over-arm
(a.) Done (as bowling or pitching) with the arm raised above the shoulder. See Overhard.

overawe

overawe
(v. t.) To awe exceedingly; to subjugate or restrain by awe or great fear.