To spread or extend over the surface of: Dark clouds are overspreading the sky. (verb-transitive)
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Use "overspread" in a sentence
"Rain, sometimes quite heavy (especially from DC and to the east), will again overspread the metro region over the next several hours."
""Oh, mother, I never once dreamed of such presumption as to think of – of" – The youth paused and a deep blush again overspread his face."
"Gaul was again overspread with woods; and the animals, who were reserved for the use or pleasure of the lord, might ravage with impunity the fields of his industrious vassals."