Definition of Overstresses

1. Verb. (third-person singular of overstress) ¹



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Definition of Overstresses

1. overstress [v] - See also: overstress

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overstresses

overstories
overstoring
overstory
overstrain
overstrained
overstraining
overstrains
overstraitly
overstraw
overstrawed
overstrawing
overstrawn
overstrenuous
overstress
overstressed
overstresses (current term)
overstressing
overstretch
overstretched
overstretches
overstretching
overstrew
overstrewed
overstrewing
overstrewn
overstrews
overstrict
overstridden
overstride
overstrides

Literary usage of Overstresses

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1922)
"A third theory is that all fatigue of metals is the result of the spread of damage from little localized overstresses. While I do not feel justified in ..."

2. Seismic Rehabilitation of Buildings: Phase 1: Issues Identification and (1993)
"Assuming the original foundation was designed to an appropriate limiting soils pressure, these new loads will often produce calculated overstresses. ..."

3. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"his verse emphasizes—even overstresses—the influence of music on poetry. He attended Oglethorpe College, graduating at the age of eighteen (1860), and, ..."

4. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"his verse emphasizes—even overstresses—the influence of music on poetry. He attended Oglethorpe College, graduating at the age of eighteen (1860), and, ..."

5. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1920)
"Some of us may think that he overstresses the part an audience plays—that is, he gives an audience too little credit for individual judgments, ..."

6. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1917)
"... features that reduce cracking through differential thermal expansions and failure through electrical overstresses and the heat of heavy flash-overs. ..."

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