Overground



/ˈəʊvəˌɡraʊnd/
adjective
1.
on or above the surface of the ground: an overground railway
2.
having become sufficiently established, known, or accepted so as to no longer be considered avante-garde, experimental, or subversive
adj.

“situated above ground” (as opposed to underground), 1879, from over- + ground (n.).

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