Definition of Surplusing
1. surplus [v] - See also: surplus
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Surplusing
Literary usage of Surplusing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A manual of the Salem district in the presidency of Madras by Henry Le Fanu (1883)
"... mean " a sluice conveying surplus water," from ttri ' surplusing,' and madai (commonly ..."
2. Illustrated Guide to the South Indian Railway: Including the Mayavaram by South Indian Railway Co., Ltd (1900)
"Its overflow or surplusing weir is a very fine work, the height from the crest to the bed of the river below being 30 feet. The southern portion is a ..."
3. Report by United States Bureau of the Budget (1922)
"... of certain heretofore- established positions and the surplusing of employees iu those positions when not qualified or required for other assignments. ..."