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oversail

[′ō·vər‚sāl]
(building construction)
To project beyond the general face of a structure.

oversail

To project beyond the general face of a construction.
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Only now is it being oversailed by the commercial grey.
These structures are oversailed by a vast new roof, providing a horizontal plane approximately 100m x 80m to shelter the none-too-watertight old buildings from the rain.
This element is oversailed by a final gesture marking the main entrance - an outrigged wall-plane which is both sliced and pierced with a balcony from a terrace above - the whole signalling a kind of villa theme which reduces the scale of the architecture at the public entrance, one metre above the plaza.