Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of overstay.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But in overstaying my furlough I had forgotten one thing — the provost marshal.

    AN OLD SOLDIER'S STORY

  • But in overstaying my furlough I had forgotten one thing — the provost marshal.

    An Old Soldier's Story

  • Today another attack on the nation's drivers, (per the BBC) "Varying charges can now be levied - with larger fines for serious offences and lower ones for minor misdemeanours such as overstaying at a parking meter."

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Today another attack on the nation's drivers, (per the BBC) "Varying charges can now be levied - with larger fines for serious offences and lower ones for minor misdemeanours such as overstaying at a parking meter."

    The war on drivers continues (even more)

  • And once foreigners get to the U.S., minor violations -- such as overstaying a visa by a few days -- have become subject to harsh punishment, even jail.

    How Welcome Went Away

  • Because most of those under surveillance are permanent U.S. residents, they are less likely to commit technical immigration violations — such as overstaying a visa — that have been used to indefinitely hold hundreds of people for questioning.

    USATODAY.com - Al-Qaeda records solve many 9/11 puzzles, but others linger

  • Offenses range from major violent crimes to minor infractions, such as overstaying a visa.

    KVIA.com - Local News

  • "overstaying" in South Africa or whose bona fides were questionable.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • "overstaying" in South Africa or whose bona fides were questionable.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • "overstaying" in South Africa or whose bona fides were questionable.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

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