Examples of overmatch in a Sentence
an indomitable spirit that no amount of adversity could overmatch
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They were often overmatched up front against the run, leaving the back end exposed.
The Vikings will be outmanned, overmatched and on the road.
Fill-in options Brock Holt, Josh Rutledge, Deven Marrero and Tzu-Wei Lin were overmatched as starters.
Skinny: Kluber overmatched Frazier, who pulled off 0-2 pitch off outer edge.
On Wednesday, Bloomberg reported that the former Texas governor and overmatched presidential candidate is among the names under consideration to lead the agency.
Though many eager players are betting on McGregor, he may still be overmatched against the boxing legend Mayweather, as the experts predict.
But on Wednesday morning, the players seemed overmatched even before the game began.
A night after tempers flared and manager Andy Green described a victory as the preferred response, the Padres were overmatched once again in Saturday’s 8-0 defeat at Petco Park.
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First Known Use of overmatch
Synonymsbest, conquer, defeat, dispatch, do down [British], get, get around, lick, master, overbear, overcome, beat, prevail (over), skunk, stop, subdue, surmount, take, trim, triumph (over), upend, win (against), worst
Related Wordssweep; edge (out), nose out, pip [British]; 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; cap, excel, flourish, score, succeed; knock off, knock over, overpower, overthrow, subjugate, unseat, vanquish; ace (out), better, eclipse, exceed, excel, outdistance, outdo, outfight, outshine, outstrip, overtop, surpass, top, transcend
Near Antonymsfall, give up, go down, go under; collapse, fail, flop, flunk, fold, wash out
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