Definition of Oversoaking
1. oversoak [v] - See also: oversoak
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Literary usage of Oversoaking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1913)
"... in the pelvis might cause one to make such a change with the idea of avoiding possible soiling of the general cavity by oversoaking the protective pads. ..."
2. The Binding of the Nile and the New Soudan by Sidney Cornwallis Peel (1904)
"oversoaking is said to engender worms, and also the ripening of the crops is postponed to an unfavourable season of the year. Against this particular evil ..."
3. The Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture: A Reference System of Commercial by Granville Lowther, William Worthington (1914)
"... if there is one point above another in cantaloup culture that needs special emphasis, it is the caution against oversoaking or flooding of the surface ..."
4. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1908)
"But in all the processes oversoaking in a solution should be avoided or the colors may suffer. The Third Washing and Clearing. ..."
5. Steel Thermal Treatment by John W. Urquhart (1922)
"... the idea of which is to avoid those strains and oversoaking of the thinner sections due to their heating first in a furnace hot enough for the final ..."
6. Cantaloupe Culture: A Treatise on Cantaloupe Growing Under Irrigation in by Philo K. Blinn (1910)
"... paying little or no attention to the needs or demands, or the dangers of flooding or oversoaking the land. When soil is completely saturated with water, ..."