overset[ verb oh-ver-set; noun oh-ver-set ]SEE DEFINITION OF overset
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERSET
Character is centrality, the impossibility of being displaced or overset.
"I have said already that we'll overset it with our hands," Grey answered.
Manuel, with great suavity, had overset the former and defied the latter.
He rushed into the centre of it, and overset the bride in her gilded wagon.
The rockers must be pointed and have plenty of circle so it would not overset easily.
Papa would not overset the overseer's decision about the prayer-meetings.
She was not in the least afraid of a break down or an overset.
It so happened that my cane, in springing, overset the pitcher, but did not break it.
The ship had overset in one of the sudden squalls to which these seas are liable.
But it is too much to overset a narrative and call it a historical play.'