Examples of overriding in a Sentence
We have one overriding concern.
The weather is the overriding factor in deciding whether to cancel the picnic.
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The overriding motive, though, is to preserve jobs in a politically sensitive industry battered by imports.
The new season of Jessica Jones doesn't seem that angry at first, because the overriding feeling of following up something as intense and invasive as Kilgrave is, understandably, exhaustion.
Such a change is thought to provide maximum spectator visibility and improved sight lines, while also affording the overriding importance of safety for fans sitting close to the action.
Defense figures to be the overriding theme in the NFC championship, as the Vikings visit the Eagles.
The overriding message with our team is those little things every day.
His overriding goal is to establish a city on Mars, sending people there in a flotilla of SpaceX spaceships.
The overriding mission, officials say, is to open doors for Americans.
The overriding question going into Saturday’s $16 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational is whether anyone can stop favorite Gun Runner from a $7 million perfect ending to a sterling career.
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First Known Use of overriding
arch, big, capital, cardinal, central, chief, dominant, first, foremost, grand, great, greatest, highest, key, leading, main, master, overbearing, paramount, predominant, preeminent, premier, primal, primary, principal, prior, sovereign (also sovran), supreme;
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