Examples of overextend in a Sentence
He overextended a muscle in his arm.
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After a winter that seemed to overextend its welcome and then weekends filled with rain, many around Baltimore would enjoy nothing more than taking in a hot day with a drink in hand.
Take your hair-color touch-ups into your own hands, and extend the life of your color without overextending your haircare budget!
Ambitious and inventive, but unevenly acted and overextended, this will certainly hold one's interest, despite its hit-or-miss qualities.
If those standards are not met, the GMOC can ask the city to allocate tax dollars to address certain issues or even ask for a moratorium on growth to prevent city services from being overextended.
For example, experience has shown that there is no innovation, however seemingly benign, that the finance sector cannot overcomplicate and overextend.
The best way to beat a defense that’s overextending and jumping passing lanes is with backdoor cuts and using flare slips by the screen setters.
A decade after the recession, Ms. Corsano is still unwilling to overextend herself.
The satire of bourgeois affluence can seem glib and overextended.
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Definition of overextend for English Language Learners
: to extend or stretch (something) too far
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