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Overtake Roughly In British River, Lapping Over Another Going North Crossword Clue

The crossword clue Overtake roughly in British river, lapping over another going north with 6 letters was last seen on the July 21, 2018. We think the likely answer to this clue is EXCEED. Below are all possible answers to this clue ordered by its rank. You can easily improve your search by specifying the number of letters in the answer.
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94% EXCEED Overtake roughly in British river, lapping over another going north
2% MAULED Treated roughly
2% KOSOVO State north of North Macedonia
2% HEAD North ____, Newfoundland
2% ABOUT In the centre, teenagers fight roughly
2% BLUE ____ River, British Columbia
2% RURAL One river after another in the countryside
2% AWAY In another direction
2% VODKA Kodak do videos — going over some shots?
2% RABBIT Inferior player in British pub knocked over Italian
2% RALEIGH City in North Carolina
2% TARHEELS North Carolinians
2% MAUL Handle roughly
2% EVITA Musical with the song 'Another Suitcase in Another Hall'
2% ORSO Roughly
2% GEMINI Twins, say, going north by car
2% ESTIMATED Calculated roughly
2% SHOVED Pushed roughly
2% PASS Overtake in a race
2% DAUB Paint roughly
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