overplus

[ oh-ver-pluhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF overplus

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERPLUS

The rent may then be taken, including all expences, and the overplus left in the hands of the constable for the owner's use.

This overplus, after the deduction of expenses, is the real gain.

This overplus, deducting the expenses, is real wealth added to the land.

And any overplus at the end of each season to be sunk in a General Gaudeamus.

The overplus returned after paying for a thing in a round sum.

The harvest promised to be bountiful but its overplus could not cover everything.

He has revealed it in the sonnets where there is Will in overplus.

I did not take the hint as he expected I would, but continued to return the overplus.

Foremost is the sun, of course, because of the overplus of light.

Her cloudy condition possibly indicates an overplus of water.

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