Definition of Overshaded

1. overshade [v] - See also: overshade



Lexicographical Neighbors of Overshaded

overset
oversets
oversetting
oversew
oversewed
oversewing
oversewn
oversews
overshade
overshaded (current term)
overshades
overshading
overshadow
overshadowed
overshadower
overshadowers
overshadowing
overshadows
overshadowy
overshake
overshaken
overshakes
overshaking
overshape

Literary usage of Overshaded

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1890)
"comfort and luxury, and yet who are really perishing because their houses and grounds are overshaded. These people, who live in such houses, are always cold ..."

2. Catalogue of the Birds in the British Museum by Richard Bowdler Sharpe (1885)
"... a faintly indicated eyebrow of bright yellow, overshaded •with ashy : lores ashy ... on the back overshaded with ashy ; the bright-yellow rump-band very ..."

3. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1890)
"Where houses are overshaded, the nervous system also suffers as well as the general bodily health. Mental disturbance, melancholy and madness, ..."

4. American Gardening (1890)
"Where houses are overshaded the nervous system also suffers, as well as the general bodily health ; mental disturbance, melancholy and madness are to be ..."

5. Report by New Hampshire State Dept. of Health, State Dept. of Health, New Hampshire (1890)
"Where houses are overshaded the nervous system also suffers as well as the general bodily health ; mental disturbance, melancholy, and madness are to be ..."

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