Definition of Overhanging

1. Verb. (present participle of overhang) ¹



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Definition of Overhanging

1. overhang [v] - See also: overhang

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overhanging

overhalled
overhalling
overhalls
overhand
overhand knot
overhand knots
overhand stitch
overhanded
overhanding
overhandle
overhandled
overhandles
overhandling
overhands
overhanging (current term)
overhanging restoration
overhangs
overhappy
overhard
overharden
overhardened
overhardening
overhardens
overhardly
overhardy
overharvest
overharvested
overharvesting
overharvests

Literary usage of Overhanging

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1. Mechanics of Materials by Mansfield Merriman (1914)
"Beams overhanging one support, as in the following figures, ... This condition is rarely fulfilled, but the discussion of overhanging beams is very useful ..."

2. Mechanics of Materials by Mansfield Merriman (1905)
"BEAU overhanging ONE SUPPORT A beam is said to be 'fixed ' at a support when it is ... This condition is rarely fulfilled, but the discussion of overhanging ..."

3. A Treatise on the Law of Negligence by Thomas Gaskell Shearman, Amasa Angell Redfield, Robert Gould Street (1913)
"overhanging roofs, awnings, trees, etc. — In some States, objects which do not encumber the surface of a highway, but merely overhang, without being ..."

4. A Text-book on the Mechanics of Materials: And of Beams, Columns, and Shafts by Mansfield Merriman (1895)
"BEAMS overhanging ONE SUPPORT. A cantilever beam has its upper fibers in tension ... An overhanging beam is said to be subject to a restraint at the support ..."

5. A Practical Treatise on the Law of Nuisances in Their Various Forms by Horace Gay Wood (1875)
"overhanging another's land, a nuisance. 101. Ejectment will not lie against person making the erection.. No actual damage necessary to sustain an action. ..."

6. A Text Book on Roofs and Bridges by Mansfield Merriman, Henry Sylvester Jacoby (1917)
"uniform load is two-thirds of the sum of all the moments due to the same load when concentrated at the middle. ART. 11. overhanging BEAMS. ..."

7. St Luciaby Don Philpott by Don Philpott (2003)
"their shaded overhanging balconies and delicate filigree latticework. On the outskirts of town as the houses hug the hillsides. you can see typical ..."

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