Examples of overdrawn in a Sentence
overdrawn claims of her accomplishments that any job interviewer could see right through
Recent Examples of overdrawn from the Web
That change raised the likelihood that accounts would become overdrawn.
Fraud, Highland Road: A woman reported July 12 a bad check was written off her bank account and the account was overdrawn by $600.
The group, Comité Ciudadano de Defensa del Agua en Baja California, claims that the water targeted for Constellation Brands would have come from an aquifer that is overdrawn.
But if any parallels between the Netflix drama and real life are a bit overdrawn – even in a week of stark revelations in the Trump-Russia saga – there’s no doubt that the Trump presidency has gripped the imagination of a global audience.
In one of the e-mails released with the filing, Depp’s business manager Joel Mandel told Depp’s sister Christi Dembrowski that her brother’s account was $4 million overdrawn.
The customer complaining alleged that the error resulted in an overdrawn bank account, according to Travel Agent Central.
Forgery A woman reported April 25 that she was notified by her bank that her account was overdrawn.
In 2014, Gov. Jerry Brown signed the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, requiring local government agencies in areas with severely overdrawn groundwater to draw up plans by 2020 to bring it into balance.
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First Known Use of overdrawn
Synonymsexaggerated, hyperbolized, inflated, outsize (also outsized), overblown, bloated, overweening
Related Wordselaborated, embellished, embroidered, enlarged, hyped-up, magnified, overdone, overemphasized, overplayed, overstated, padded, stretched; grandiose, preposterous, unreal, unrealistic, unreasonable
Near Antonymsrealistic, reasonable
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