from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Stretched along or across the roofs of houses or other buildings, as distinguished from stretched or carried on poles or underground: as, overhouse telegraph-wires.
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People tend to overhouse those that make them uncomfortable, but many (most democrats) are capable of living in open society with some marginal support.
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