overpart

overpart

(ˌəʊvəˈpɑːt)
vb (tr)
(Theatre) to give (an actor) too difficult a role
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All the same, these descriptive details suggestive of an exotic human female do not obscure aspects of the passage resembling Buffon's Natural History; thus the overpart of the leopard's coat "had the characteristic blotches the form of rosettes which distinguish the panther from every other feline species" ("portait ces mouchetures caracteristiques, nuances en forme de roses, qui servent a distinguer les pantheres des autres especes de felis" 8: 1244).
Mark Williams-Thomas has joined forces with Specialist Group International (SGI) to comb overparts of Coombe Country Park,including woodland and the Coombe fishing lake.