View definitions for overseas


adjective as in across an ocean

Discover More

Example Sentences

Corea toured constantly overseas and across America, using a tour bus once owned by country star Merle Haggard.

Meanwhile, players with no interest in attending school have had to find creative alternatives, mostly overseas, for their NBA-mandated gap years.

Since most US cruise ships are registered overseas, the Passenger Vessels Service Act means all cruises to Alaska include a stop at a Canadian port.

From Quartz

By the 1970s, population growth, coupled with rising inflation and competition from rebuilt overseas economies, led to budget problems for state governments.

Amazon might seem an unstoppable force in the US, but the picture has often looked different overseas.

From Quartz

At least 70 percent of the children were adopted from overseas, including Russia, China, Ethiopia and Ukraine.

Now Wisconsin is considering making it mandatory for parents who adopt overseas to have their children “re-adopted” in the state.

In the early 1900s, fashion forgers often sketched designs they saw in Paris shows and sold reproductions in France and overseas.

The bill also provided $64 billion in war funding through the Overseas Contingency Operations account.

It invites dictatorial and rogue regimes to use Americans serving overseas as bargaining chips.

A full General landing to inspect overseas is entitled to a salute of 17 guns—well, I got my dues.

Her flower in one hand and the umbrella making a bright halo round her, she looks like a little idol from overseas.

Some Americans and Canadians may not want to go overseas; they may be opposed to fighting; they may think they are not needed.

For every overseas soldier wounded on the western front there are six of the Imperial troops wounded.

The British have five million troops under arms, of which only one-fifth are overseas.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to overseas, such as: abroad, foreign, in foreign land, transatlantic, transoceanic, and transpacific.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.