overcanopy

overcanopy

(ˌəʊvəˈkænəpɪ)
vb (tr) , -pies, -pying or -pied
literary archaic to cover like a canopy
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Subsequently, in Act 4, in response to Ione's observation of the moment's immanent potential for visionary transformation ("Listen, too, / How every pause is filled with under-notes ..."), Asia locates another potential site of subliming: But see, where through two openings in the forest Which hanging branches overcanopy, And where two runnels of a rivulet Between the close moss violet-inwoven Have made their path of melody, like sisters Who part in sighs that they may meet in smiles....