Examples of overmatch in a Sentence
an indomitable spirit that no amount of adversity could overmatch
Recent Examples of overmatch from the Web
Foles was supposed to be overmatched by Tom Brady, who was magnificent with 505 yards and three touchdowns.
There isn't a sense the front office is overmatched.
Bulldogs overmatched Butler has a respectable roster and remains a potential NCAA tournament team.
The two simply overmatched anyone attempting to guard them en route to their 28-point win.
Back in the day, more than just the season was at stake for the program and Odom, a likeable and resolute man who nonetheless appeared overmatched … and now is in line for a contract extension.
Worst performance: Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot looked overmatched during his 10 minutes, 41 seconds off the bench.
That’s probably a good thing for team that showed it is neither the juggernaut that routed the undermanned Indianapolis Colts in its opener, nor a group that will be overmatched by a top quarterback.
Sunday Alex Smith threw for 304 yards, and Miami was overmatched by KC's weapons Tyreek Hill, Kareem Hunt and Travis Kelce.
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First Known Use of overmatch
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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