oversea[ adverb, noun oh-ver-seez; adjective oh-ver-seez ]SEE DEFINITION OF oversea
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERSEA
There was nothing heterodox in the view put forward by this preacher from oversea.
Her area, exclusive of oversea possessions, was 11,373 square miles.
But Napoleon's oversea move of nine years later was rash in the extreme.
The oversea voyage possesses a greater appeal to the imagination.
Dagda's cauldron came from Murias, probably an oversea world.
"My private overland and oversea express," he called to Frederick.
A few minor privileges had been accorded to these oversea dwellers, it is true.
Newfoundland had set the pace for the other clans from oversea.
In the English plan the oversea colonies are unrelated atoms.
Even when he deals with oversea expeditions, as he does at some length, his grip of the point is no closer.