overcast definition

  • adjective:
    • Covered or obscured, much like clouds or mist.
    • Clouded over.
    • Gloomy; melancholy.
    • Sewn with long, overlying stitches in order to prevent raveling, while the raw edges of fabric.
    • Covered with clouds; overshadowed; darkened.
    • The sky is said to be overcast, when it's significantly more than 90percent covered by clouds.
    • In a state of despair; gloomy; melancholy.
    • Completely or nearly entirely covered over with clouds; -- associated with sky.
    • Sewn by overcasting.
    • filled or abounding with clouds
  • noun:
    • A covering, as of mist or clouds.
    • An arch or assistance for a passage over another passage in a mine.
    • A cast produced in fishing that drops beyond the point meant.
    • An overcast stitch or seam.
    • An outcast.
    • A cloud addressing the sky.
    • In mining, an air-duct or passageway which crosses above another passage.
    • gloomy semidarkness brought on by cloud cover
    • a lengthy whipstitch or overhand stitch overlying an advantage to prevent raveling
    • a cast that falls beyond the intended spot
    • hawaii of sky if it is included in clouds
  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce cloudy or depressing.
    • To cast beyond (the intended point) with a fishing rod.
    • To sew with long, overlying stitches.
    • To throw or protect over; for this reason, to cloud; to darken.
    • To calculate or speed way too high.
    • To take long, free stitches over (the natural edges of a seam) to avoid raveling.
    • To fasten, as solitary sheets, by overcast sewing or by folding one side over another.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • In order to become cloudy or depressing.
  • verb:
    • To overthrow.
    • to pay for with cloud; to overshadow; to darken.
    • to create depressing; to depress.
    • become or be cloudy.
    • To transform.
    • make overcast or cloudy
    • stitch with an overcast stitch from 1 part to another location
    • stitch over the edge of with lengthy slanting large stitches
  • others:
    • To throw over or across.
    • To cover; overspread.
    • To cloud; darken; cover with gloom.
    • To cover with skin, as a wound; for this reason, to own (a wound) healed.
    • To cast or compute at excessive an interest rate; rate too high.
    • In stitching, to fasten by sewing about through and over two sides of a fabric. Additionally overseam.
    • In order to become cloudy or dull; become dark or depressing.
    • In geology, cast or thrust beyond an ordinary position, as with a thrust-fault or overturned fold.

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