verb: Simple past tense and past participle of overmast.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
The craft's masts were, furthermore, said to be of great height, and might be recognised by their remarkable and excessive rake aft; indeed -- so asserted Cary -- her spars were of such extraordinary length, and the vessel herself lay so very low in the water, that she had the appearance of being perilously overmasted and topheavy.
Her masts were very long and tapering, with a big rake aft, and from a distance the vessel looked overmasted; but when one got on board her one saw that her great width of beam gave her the stiffness necessary to carry such lofty masts with their corresponding spread of sail.
She's overmasted, and the fellow who has her ought not to be trusted with her.
We find, too, that Bradford also states in his "Historie," that "the leakiness of this ship was partly by her being overmasted and too much pressed with sails."
Briefly stated, this alleged discovery, which he so zealously announces, is that if the SPEEDWELL had not been overmasted, both she and the MAY-FLOWER would have arrived early in the fall at the mouth of the Hudson River, and the whole course of New