overseas

[ adverb, noun oh-ver-seez; adjective oh-ver-seez ]SEE DEFINITION OF overseas

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But this also leaves you with a question which may take you overseas to explore Hindu philosophy.

"She still belongs to Transcontinent & Overseas," his father said.

He had organised the Transport in 1914 and brought it overseas.

Slippers, overseas caps, shorts and jackets—but what jackets!

And this fortress—what power has moved it overseas to this mad kingdom?

Like many of our cousins from overseas she is rich in splendid vitality.

It was the first to volunteer as a unit for Overseas service.

Like the sleeping princess, she woke at the touch of a stranger from overseas.

Thus the Spanish religious fervour was nourished in the overseas dominions.

The boy friends whom I chummed with were overseas, and my blood began to boil.

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