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Pertaining to, or occurring in, the month October.
Octobral scents became overcovered by the overspreading intense burnsmell of combustion exhausts. (Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Matching an old or outdated fashion or style of dressing, furniture, etc⋅.
Having great or unlimited powers, such as a deity or a sovereign; almighty; all-powerful.
Mam was plaintively recounting their travails with the social custodian lady, and Doctor Barton continued pondering stiffly. He sympathetically muttered that if it were in his power to abate a mere half a per cent of the worriments in his own microsphere, the world would look different. But even he himself supposed he had to stay away from certain kinds of people whenever possible. Or at least to keep them at arm's length. And he definitely wasn't omnipotent. (Context: Dr∙ Barton thinks hard about how he could help the Boleks harassed by the administrative oversight of their family life. He makes it clear upfront that fighting dysfunctional state authorities will not be easy. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Plural: onows, onowf
A mispronounced (speech-defective) form of: honor.
At a different time; on another occasion; elsetime.
In states of utmost desperation, flour may (or may not) prove helpful, and so can that eventual goog... But such workaround would deviate astray from the Barton-variation recipe, producing a divergent class of pancakes (which is alright - dinner will be salvaged tonight, and we can retry Barton-kind pancakes on a second occasion othertime). (Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes ● Cooking Recipe.)
3rd person: overchars
To burn too much; to brown or blacken the surface of food beyond the desirable level; to scorch or carbonise.
If it's impossible to proceed without auxiliary flour and heneggs, the culprit almost certainly is the potatoes: Only concoctions comprising unsuitable varieties will crumble or overchar. (Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes ● Cooking Recipe.)
3rd person: overscrubs
To scrub too much; to mechanically clean excessively.
Nonetheless, the pan should not be overscrubbed and re-polished. Instead, we must give it a gradual run-up: ... (Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes ● Cooking Recipe.)