super-imposed[ soo-per-im-pohzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF super-imposed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPER-IMPOSED
Thus, no two bodies should be super-imposed if it can be in any way avoided.
Nay, he is an invader and an enemy; for the city he lives in has been super-imposed on ours.
It merely absorbs energy and, unless it's super-imposed on a reflective background, it leaves no trace.
Hence no foundations, which would compromise the super-imposed building by making it participate in the shock given to its base.
He had qualities, inherent and super-imposed, entirely lacking to his two colleagues.