overweights

[ adjective oh-ver-weyt; noun oh-ver-weyt; verb oh-ver-weyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF overweights
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERWEIGHTS

Her coming, with little Seela's, is one of the very gladdest of our Overweights of Joy.

Excessive heat in a room is the most benumbing of all overweights.

But for us the past overweights the present; we cannot, if we would, get rid of the burden of it.

If you belong to a club, round up the overweights and form a section.

It overweights the whole monument, introduces a discordant architectural motive, and is decorated by inferior sculpture.

If one overweights the head the whole structure is apt to become unbalanced.