Examples of overreach in a Sentence
She overreaches in her latest book, and her argument is not convincing.
The company overreached itself and ran out of money after one year.
Recent Examples of overreach from the Web
The food industry calls the rules government overreach.
There seems little question at this point that Republican state legislatures have overreached egregiously in their attempts to suppress inconvenient voters.
Many have accused the Assemblyman of government overreach and called the proposal absurd.
An Auburn area homeowners association rescinded a requirement Tuesday that homeowners keep their garage doors open during the day, following national attention that had many calling it an example of HOA overreach.
The National Association of Secretaries of State passed a resolution this year opposing the critical infrastructure designation by DHS, seeing it as federal overreach into a state issue.
The president asked Zinke to consider whether some designations constitute overreach from Washington.
And sellers who have tracked the years-long upswing might now be overreaching.
Manning’s legions of admirers are inspired by her strident opposition to government secrecy and overreach.
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OVERREACH Defined for English Language Learners
legal Definition of overreach
- this uncounseled defendant was…overreached by the prosecution's submission of misinformation to the court
- —Townsend v. Burke, 334 U.S. 736 (1948)
- must determine whether it overreached privilege
- —National Law Journal
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