Definition of Superelevate

1. [v -VATED, -VATING, -VATES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Superelevate

superdrastic
superduper
superdurable
supered
supereffective
superefficiency
superefficient
superego
superegoist
superegoists
superegos
superelastic
superelastically
superelasticities
superelasticity
superelevate (current term)
superelevated
superelevates
superelevating
superelevation
superelevations
superelite
superelites
superellipse
superellipses
superellipsoid
superellipsoids
superelliptical
superelongated
superelongation

Literary usage of Superelevate

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1. Bridge Engineering by John Alexander Low Waddell (1916)
"... the inner track for double-track structures as well as to a single track where it is not considered necessary to superelevate the outer rail. ..."

2. Good Roads Year Book by American Highway Association (1917)
"In order to make motor travel equally agreeable on any part of the cross-section of curving roads, it is now the practice to superelevate the outside of the ..."

3. The Location, Construction and Maintenance of Roads by John Milton Goodell (1918)
"In order to make motor travel equally agreeable on any part of the cross-section of curving roads, it is now the practice to superelevate the outside of the ..."

4. The Location, Construction and Maintenance of Roads by John Milton Goodell (1918)
"In order to make motor travel equally agreeable on any part of the cross-section of curving roads, it is now the practice to superelevate the outside of the ..."

5. The Location, Construction and Maintenance of Roads by John Milton Goodell (1918)
"... on any part of the cross-section of curving roads, it is now the practice to superelevate the outside of the road, as is done on railways. ..."

6. Text Book on Railroad Surveying by George Wellington Pickels, Carroll Carson Wiley (1913)
"... sudden reversal of curvature and also due to the fact that it is impossible to superelevate properly the outer rail at or near the point of reversal. ..."

7. Transactions (1892)
"At junction and station yards it is often impossible to superelevate the outer rail, nor is it needed when speed is moderate. The custom in past years was ..."

8. Proceedings (1896)
"Do not superelevate curves through junction switches. On ordinary curves outside rail is elevated above the inner one. 1 inch for each degree of curvature ..."

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