over-lapping[ verb oh-ver-lap; noun oh-ver-lap ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-lapping
Synonyms for over-lapping
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-LAPPING
It is usually made of over-lapping heavy planks, and when floated over the surface, it both pulverizes and packs the soil.
Yet the tremendous jaw-muscles of the chipmunk drove the needle-pointed teeth deep into the twisted, over-lapping fibres.
Real genius and lunacy had many an over-lapping line, Jerry reflected as he approached to look inside.
This over-lapping, long-continuing babyhood has given us more good than we yet recognise.
No over-multiplying, no over-lapping, no denominational wrangling and wasting of money and energy.
If we turn to any of the special sciences the same dovetailing and over-lapping appear.
Wooden palings bound these, built obliquely, over-lapping at regular intervals, and connected by low barriers.
It has no leaves but is supplied with over-lapping scale-like bracts of a warm flesh-tint.
The Indian women cut spruce twigs and laid them over-lapping on the ground for our bed.
The slight inequalities produced by the over-lapping of the strips are immaterial.