Both Uses of
Uses with a very common or rare meaning:
- We came out obliquely upon a narrow open space where we could see the stars overhead again.†
- Sometimes there were fairly open stretches, at others the trees met overhead.†
Chpt 13 *
(meaning too common or rare to warrant focus) More commonly, overhead just refers to something being over the head as in "Panes were flying overhead," or "We'll use an overhead projector".