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Definition of Overplus

Overplus
Overplus O"ver*plus, n. [Over + L. plus more. See Plus, and cf. Surplus.] That which remains after a supply, or beyond a quantity proposed; surplus. --Shak. ``The overplus of a great fortune.' --Addison.

Meaning of Overplus from wikipedia

- iambic pentameter: × / × / × / × / × / And "Will" to boot, and "Will" in overplus; / × × / × / × / × / More than enough am I that vex thee still, (135.2-3)...
- overplus [surplus] from 3, multiply remainder by 2. Year-item: Add together the number of dozens, the overplus, and the number of 4s in the overplus....
- Whoever hath her wish, thou hast thy Will And Will to boot, and Will in overplus... — Shakespeare's Sonnet 135. The speaker is named Will, but the woman...
- 1616, which led to a scandal when Tucker appropriated the 200 acres of overplus (surplus) shares of land left unclaimed by the survey. All shares of land...
- Academy founded by Mrs Elizabeth Freeman, widow of Aspeden Hall, and "the overplus" with nine acres in Great Munden. The Bishop of Salisbury, Dr. Seth Ward...
- was “much too long. Its exposition is frequently tedious and it has an overplus of trivial observations.”: 59  The reviews weren't all bad, though. Susan...
- between the company's standard and that set by the individual officers. Overplus, or any excess revenue gained by officers, was strictly do****ented to insure...
- drachmae, and thence repaid Antonia the debt he owed her; and by sending the overplus in paying his court to Caius, became a person of great authority with him...
- dec[ease]d thought[?] (her debts and Legacies being paid and satisfied) the overplus would be solely her Cosen Ruggs And that Mr ffawke having a Legacy of ffive...
- to Sir Baptist Hicks, and by his will, made at the same time, left the overplus of the estates, after the creditors had been paid (according to his mother...