Definition of Overside

1. Adverb. Over the side of a boat. "Willie eased himself overside into the sea"

Definition of Overside

1. Adjective. located or positioned over the side, especially of a ship ¹



2. Adjective. being on the opposite side ¹

3. Noun. the opposite side ¹

4. Adverb. over the side ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Overside

1. the other side of a phonograph record [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Overside

overshook
overshoot
overshooting
overshoots
overshop
overshopped
overshopping
overshops
overshorten
overshortened
overshortening
overshortens
overshot
overshots
oversick
overside (current term)
oversides
oversight
oversightly
oversights
oversimple
oversimplification
oversimplifications
oversimplified
oversimplifier
oversimplifiers
oversimplifies
oversimplify
oversimplifying
oversimplistic

Literary usage of Overside

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

1. The Contract of Affreightment as Expressed in Charter-parties and Bills of by Thomas Edward Scrutton (1893)
"This is known as an " overside entry." The consignee can do one of two things ... I. In overside entries the consignee takes his bill of lading to the ..."

2. A Treatise on Hygiene and Public Health by Thomas Stevenson, Shirley Forster Murphy (1894)
"Any such bedding or clothing delivered overside or landed for the purpose of disinfection may not be taken out of the custody of the officers of Customs ..."

3. The Law Reports by Great Britain Court of Chancery, George Wirgman Hemming (1868)
"Evidence was adduced as to the custom of merchants with regard to overside orders, and the following passage was contained in an ..."

4. Stored Goods as Collateral for Loans: Reports from Consuls by United States Bureau of Foreign Commerce (1902)
"(8 cents) per last, and similarly weigh and deliver overside, 7d. (14 cents) per last; to merchants who weigh and deliver Indian grain or seed overside into ..."

5. Appleby's Illustrated Handbook of Machinery by Charles James Appleby (1903)
"LADDER AND BUCKET DREDGERS may be divided into two categories, viz. : (i) Dredgers to deliver overside into barge, and (2) Hopper Dredgers which deliver ..."

6. Ports and Terminal Facilities by Roy Samuel MacElwee (1918)
"Railroad freight should not be lightered except at ports where the belt line railway is an impossibility. II overside at the ..."

7. The Law Times (1882)
"66 and 67—Owner or agent ent itled to possession— Delivery overside—Refusal to deliver—Right to sue. THIS case raised an important question relating to the ..."

8. The Weekly Reporter by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Great Britain Privy Council (1896)
"The ship to discharge overside in the river or dock, into lighters or otherwise, if required by consignees. The usual custom of the wood trade of each port ..."

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