come over (v.) Old form(s): ore , o're
overshadow, overwhelm, exercise influence over
H5 I.ii.268[King Henry to Ambassador, of the Dauphin] we understand him well, / How he comes o'er us with our wilder days [i.e. tries to subdue me by by reminding me of my wilder days]
Oth IV.i.20[Othello to Iago, of the handkerchief] O, it comes o'er my memory / As doth the raven o'er the infected house
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