Definition of Overspins
1. overspin [n] - See also: overspin
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Literary usage of Overspins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Unconscious Memory: A Comparison Between the Theory of Dr. Ewald Hering and by Samuel Butler, Ewald Hering, Eduard von Hartmann (1890)
"... another irregular ones, while a third makes none at all, but lives in holes, whose walls it overspins, and whose entrance it closes with a door. ..."
2. Prague and Its Environs by Charles Bellman (Firm, Charles Bellman (Firm) (1905)
"A richly twisted net of ornamental ribs overspins the vault of the enormous room. Tournaments used to be held there sometimes in former times, ..."