Examples of overmatch in a Sentence
an indomitable spirit that no amount of adversity could overmatch
Recent Examples of overmatch from the Web
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.
Cachoeira, who was making her UFC debut, was overmatched from the start.
The United States bulldozed the overmatched Olympic Athletes from Russia, 5-0, moving to 2-0 in the tournament before their showdown with rival Canada, the one team preventing the U.S. from claiming superiority in the sport.
The first combined Korean team was clearly overmatched by the Swiss, but that didn’t mute fans’ enthusiasm for a team dressing three North Koreans.
Although charismatic and likable, they are obviously not trained actors, and are overmatched by Eastwood’s (working from Dorothy Blyskal’s script adapted from a book co-written by Stone, Skarlatos and Sadler) leaden storytelling approach.
Foles was supposed to be overmatched by Tom Brady, who was magnificent with 505 yards and three touchdowns.
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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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