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synonyms for overhang

  • beetle
  • command
  • endanger
  • extend
  • impend
  • jut
  • loom
  • menace
  • overtop
  • poke
  • portend
  • pouch
  • project
  • protrude
  • threaten
  • be imminent
  • be suspended
  • cast a shadow
  • dangle over
  • droop over
  • flap over
  • rise above
  • stand out
  • stick out
  • swing over
  • tower above
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antonyms for overhang

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  • aid
  • assist
  • help
  • keep
  • save
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How to use overhang in a sentence

Equipped with a jacked-up suspension, stouter tires, modified front and rear overhangs, and an enhanced all-wheel-drive system, it’s a factory-built overlanding vehicle, with full-warranty coverage.
THE OUTDOORS IS HAVING AN AUTOMOTIVE MOMENTAWISEAUGUST 19, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
However, the remains of a child buried almost 80,000 years ago under an overhang at Panga ya Saidi cave in Kenya is providing important new details.
A CAVE SITE IN KENYA’S FORESTS REVEALS THE OLDEST HUMAN BURIAL IN AFRICAALISON CROWTHERMAY 28, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
Found under an overhang in a cave in Kenya, the grave pit contained the bones of a 2- or 3-year-old child who lived some 78,000 years old.
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Pour the filling into the phyllo-lined pie plate and, using your fingers, crinkle the phyllo overhang partially over the top of the pie, leaving a 5- to 6-inch diameter in the center exposed.
CUSTOMIZE THIS CRISPY, CHEESY SPINACH PIE ANY WAY YOU LIKE ITDANIELA GALARZAAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
If there’s sufficient overhang, either can leave a perfectly unsoiled pan underneath, but if you don’t mind putting in some work and would rather not create more waste, cooking the bacon directly on the sheet pan is an option.
THE BEST WAYS TO ACHIEVE CRISPY BACONAARON HUTCHERSONAPRIL 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Now, after two high-profile mass shootings and facing a pandemic overhang, worries about what is going to happen next could drive additional gun sales.
HOW FEAR AND SHOOTINGS DRIVE BUSINESS FOR THE GUN INDUSTRYTODD FRANKELMARCH 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He added that “there is also the overhang of $450 million of deferred rents, which will someday need to be addressed,” referring to the company’s decision to withhold rent for many sites during the pandemic.
FORGET INVESTORS: AMC ITSELF MAY HAVE BEEN BAILED OUT BY THE ACTIONS OF WALLSTREETBETSSTEVEN ZEITCHIKFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Bits of woodland arePg 129 interspersed with bright green sheep pastures and high, almost mountainous, bluffs overhang the valley.
BRITISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FROM A MOTOR CARTHOMAS D. MURPHY
Scattergood was present, sitting in a corner under the overhang of the balcony, watching, but discouraging conversation.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
Among all the obscurities that overhang this subject, a few facts are, nevertheless, demonstrated.
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WORDS RELATED TO OVERHANG

  • bag
  • balloon
  • beetle
  • belly
  • bilge
  • billow
  • bloat
  • blob
  • bug out
  • dilate
  • distend
  • enlarge
  • expand
  • extrude
  • jut
  • overhang
  • poke
  • pop out
  • pouch
  • protrude
  • protuberate
  • puff out
  • sag
  • stand out
  • stick out
  • swell
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