Antonyms for over-hanging

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It could not be reached from above by reason of the over-hanging ledge.

One knows not when some over-hanging pinnacle may topple down.

They had drifted into a cove, and she was cowering from the over-hanging boughs.

The over-hanging rocks, however, help one a little, and by diligent creeping he is sometimes approached.

It lurked, probably, under some over-hanging brow of ancient rock, as in a fit and inviolable setting.

Now her gray eyes swept the prairie stretches, now scanned the mountains, now peered up the creek beneath the over-hanging trees.

The over-hanging metaphysical cloud is still more or less heavy, but at spots it suffers the light to pass through.

The over-hanging vegetation blotted out any recognisable landmarks; not even the ribbon of a road was visible to the eye.

The water that drained into it from the over-hanging mountain was soaked up by the loose red soil that lay between the boulders.

The over-hanging branches of the leafless trees arched over the highway, and obscured the light of the westering sun.