Pronunciation of Over-Come
/ˌə͡ʊvəkˈʌm/, /ˌə‍ʊvəkˈʌm/, /ˌəʊ_v_ə_k_ˈʌ_m/

Synonyms for over-come:

beaten (adjective)

baffled, bested, cowed, crushed, disappointed, discomfited, disheartened, frustrated, humbled, licked, mastered, overpowered, overwhelmed, routed, ruined, subjugated, surmounted, thwarted, undone, vanquished, worsted, Circumvented, Trounced.

overcome (adjective)

affected, beaten, buried, conquered, defeated, overthrown, speechless, swamped, taken, at a loss for words, blown-away, bowled-over, run-over, swept off one's feet, unable to continue.

affect (verb)

act on, alter, change, disturb, impinge, impress, induce, influence, inspire, interest, involve, modify, move, overcome, perturb, regard, relate, stir, sway, touch, transform, upset.

beat (verb)

best, better, exceed, excel, outdo, outplay, outrival, outrun, outshine, outstrip, overtake, top, transcend, triumph, whip, shoot ahead of.

best (verb)

beat, bulldoze, clobber, deck, drub, flax, ko, lambaste, outclass, put away, shut down, surpass, take down, total, trounce, wallop, wax, whomp, whop, wipe, wipe out, zap, knock off, beat up, shoot down, take care of, let have it, wipe the floor with, trash*, waste*, blank*, blast*, cream*, floor*, tan*, thrash*, whip*.

confute (verb)

break, confound, contradict, controvert, defeat, demolish, dismay, disprove, expose, invalidate, negate, oppugn, overturn, parry, rebut, shut up, silence, subvert, tap, put down, bring to naught, prove false, set aside, blow sky high, knocks props out from under, prove wrong.

conquer (verb)

achieve, acquire, annex, occupy, overrun, seize, succeed.

convince (verb)

assure, brainwash, bring around, demonstrate, draw, effect, establish, get, persuade, prompt, prove, put across, refute, satisfy, talk into, turn, win over, argue into, prevail upon, bring home to, bring to reason, make a believer, sell one on, twist one's arm, hook*, sell*.

crush (verb)

annihilate, bear down, extinguish, obliterate, quell, ruin, squelch, stamp out, strangle, suppress, wreck, blot out, blow away, force down, kill, quelch, ice*.

overcome (verb)

conquer, crush, drown, get around, hurdle, knock over, master, outlive, overpower, overthrow, overwhelm, prevail, prostrate, reduce, render, shock, stun, subdue, subjugate, surmount, survive, vanquish, whelm, win, get the better of, rise above, triumph over, be victorious, come out on top, knock socks off, worst*, down*, lick*, throw*, best*, weather*.

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