overlapped

[ verb oh-ver-lap; noun oh-ver-lap ]SEE DEFINITION OF overlapped

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The multitude of tracks in it overlapped and overlaid each other.

And the worst of it was that society mingled and overlapped so strangely.

All round were dingy mangroves that overlapped and hid the entrance.

The answer came so suddenly that it overlapped the last words of his sentence.

Sometimes they overlapped each other, and rose Uke an immense staircase.

In fact, the river, owing to the flood, overlapped the bushes.

About its base are crowded leaves so hardened and overlapped as to cover and protect the tender shoot.

A much older fashion of couplet, here and there overlapped and breathless, but pointing towards the newer.

On examining the planks closely, it was noticed that they overlapped each other, the timbers being made to act as fastenings.

The waving green leaves ran among big rocks and overlapped surrounding growth.