Definition of Oversides
1. overside [n] - See also: overside
Lexicographical Neighbors of Oversides
Literary usage of Oversides
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of Mary Russell Mitford: Prose and Verse by Mary Russell Mitford (1841)
"Jem and Mabel whilst a magnificent beech stood alone near have been parted : they are now at opposite the gate leading to the school, partly oversides of ..."
2. Seventy-first New York in the World War by Robert Stewart Sutliffe (1922)
"Second day out; nothing happened except many inspections oversides; rank didn't count, they were all rank. The men like sardines in a box, set up in racks ..."
3. A Lad of Kent by Herbert Harrison (1914)
"I took a heave on Ginger Harry, who was willing but weak, and oversides we went, dropping on to the heads of the others, who had been marvellous hasty in ..."
4. The Law of Joint Property and Partition in British India by Ram Charan Mitra (1897)
"195 Mahomedan law determines incidents of — except when custom oversides it ... ... 195, 198 prevails only where Mahomedan influence was predominant . ..."