from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Too great haste.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Too great haste.
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- noun excessive, undue
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Probably each year will render the overhaste of this course more apparent, and it is likely that some other mode of upholding pure
The Hawaiian Archipelago Isabella Lucy 2004
Kuroishi is unlighted, and I was tumbling and stumbling along in overhaste when a strong arm cleared the way, and the house-master appeared with a very pretty lantern, hanging close to the ground from a cane held in the hand.
Unbeaten Tracks in Japan Isabella Lucy 2004
Nothing must appear to touch you, nothing to agitate: you must never overhaste yourself, must ever keep yourself composed, retaining still an outward calmness, whatever storms may rage within.
Chapter XVI. Book V 1917
Tell them too, that I have made a blunder through overhaste, through too much good nature: lay all the fault on me.
Chapter II 1909
Will you, dear, without putting yourself to too much inconvenience by overhaste, direct the 'Nazione' people to send the journal, to which we must subscribe for three months, to S.E. le General Comte de Noue, Comandante della piazza di Roma.
The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning Browning, Elizabeth B 1898
And to think that she had come so near holding this inimitable creature in her hand, and by overhaste, or clumsiness of statement should lose it!
The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance Lucas Malet 1891
But Sheridan, undazzled by his brilliant success up to this point, did not mar his work by overhaste.
Hero Tales from American History Theodore Roosevelt 1888
"So different from that rascal Woods, who treated some of the men as if they were dogs, and allowed many a poor sheep to go shorn to its pen cut and bleeding from overhaste, with never a word of remonstrance."
Fregellae, the town which assumed the lead in the movement and either through overhaste or faulty information alone took the fatal step,  was a Latin colony which had been planted by Rome in the territory of the Volsci in the year 328
Probably each year will render the overhaste of this course more apparent, and it is likely that some other mode of upholding pure Christianity will have to be adopted, when the venerable men who now sustain and guide the native pastors by their influence shall have been gathered to their rest.