Examples of overmatch in a Sentence
an indomitable spirit that no amount of adversity could overmatch
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For the first time in 2017-2018, it can be said that Pep Guardiola and his players found themselves overwhelmed, outplayed, outmuscled and overmatched.
Less imposing is Georgy Malenkov (Jeffrey Tambor), thrust into the leadership position as a compromise candidate, but hilariously overmatched.
Trubisky’s play last year showed no signs that he was intimidated or overmatched.
Image Here’s a look at the top four snubs: BAYLOR The Bears lost four of their last five games and looked overmatched in a 13-point loss to West Virginia in the Big 12 Conference tournament quarterfinals.
Just as there are a lot of good drivers who would be overmatched in the Indianapolis 500, there are a lot of high-quality college quarterbacks who have been unable to adjust to the pace of the pro game.
Tocci has shown his fine glove work, which is his calling card, but has looked overmatched at times at the plate.
Auburn softball concluded its final non-conference invitational event by sweeping its overmatched competition.
That’s when the season started, according to the NCAA, with a 42–14 Crimson Tide win in which Notre Dame went into halftime down 28–0 but looked overmatched from the opening minutes.
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annihilate, blow away, blow out, bomb, break, bury, clobber, cream, crush, drub, finish, flatten, overwhelm, rout, shellac, skin, slaughter, smoke [slang], snow under, thrash, trounce, upset, wallop, wax [slang], whip;
get the better of, knock for a loop;
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