Definition of Interlapped
1. interlap [v] - See also: interlap
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Literary usage of Interlapped
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1. An Elementary Laboratory Course in Psychology by Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Floyd Henry Allport (1916)
"Method: The experimenter places a large black and a large white disc interlapped upon the color-wheel, and upon these a small black and a small white disc ..."
2. Modern Pulp and Paper Making: A Practical Treatise by George Strong Witham (1920)
"... method in which the sheets are interlapped by the ream so as to prevent creasing when compressed by the weight of the bundle. Of the latter method there ..."
3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1892)
"The logs were laid generally with the small ends towards the end of the raft, and interlapped so as to give strength. The end of the centre chain was ..."
4. Dynamo-electric Machinery: A Manual for Students of Electrotechniques by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1905)
"... which pass vertically up through the middle of the copper coils, and are bent round below and above on each side and interlapped so as to complete the ..."
5. History of the Great Rebellion, from Its Commencement to Its Close, Giving by Thomas Prentice Kettell (1865)
"... •with interlapped railroad iron, placed sloping in Buch a manner that all shot must strike her at angles. She was provided with an iron beak for the ..."