overarch : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be central or dominant
This scene overarches the entire first act
- v form an arch over
Big rocks overarch the stream
- For a restaurant he's currently designing in Japan, for example, he's devising a way to overarch some of the seating areas with waterfalls, onto which will be projected holographic .
- In its place he developed a lively and somewhat overarch Guedalla English which soon helped to make biographies almost as popular reading as novels.
- While some of his furry vamps are overarch (Lady Catterley, Catahari), the vast majority of his scenes and creatures are instances of energy and wit.