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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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A broad flat roof oversails to protect the office spaces from the sun's glare.
The super-sophisticated glass plane oversails the edge of the rough stone wall.
The roof oversails to form a broad colonnade around the perimeter.
A gently curving, corrugated metal roof oversails the long rectangular block, giving it a sleek, aerodynamic profile.