1. overage too old to be useful
  2. average an intermediate scale value regarded as normal or usual
  3. overjoy cause to feel extremely joyful or happy
  4. overuse make use of too often or too extensively
  5. overrule rule against
  6. oversee watch and direct
  7. overdue not paid at the scheduled time
  8. overt open and observable; not secret or hidden
  9. overawe subdue, restrain, or overcome by affecting with a feeling of awe; frighten (as with threats)
  10. overlie lie upon; lie on top of
  11. leverage the mechanical advantage gained by a machine on a fulcrum
  12. averse strongly opposed
  13. override travel on the back of (a horse) too hard
  14. overaged too old to be useful
  15. overview a general summary of a subject
  16. coverage the extent to which something is included or discussed
  17. overjoyed extremely joyful
  18. overrate make too high an estimate of
  19. forage collect or look around for, as food
  20. forge create by hammering