overplaced

overplaced

(ˌəʊvəˈpleɪst)
adj
placed above
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Approximately 70% of Carey Island is composed of Holocene deposits of clay, silty clay, peat, and minor sand formations that overplaced on Pleistocene deposits of gravel, sand, clay, and silt [38, 40].
Chris Arbogast, Nyko's director of marketing, said he thinks the current hype of smartphones, and the possibility they may eclipse the console market entirely, is "overplaced." But he admitted in an interview that mobile gaming "certainly had time to develop" during the relative absence of new products from Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo.
Trainer Helen Pitts added: "It was a very tough field and I hoped that I hadn't overplaced her.