Examples of overriding in a Sentence
We have one overriding concern.
The weather is the overriding factor in deciding whether to cancel the picnic.
Recent Examples of overriding from the Web
Revitalizing his corner of the Ivanhoe neighborhood has been the overriding mission of Harris’ adult life.
The overriding point in May is there’s enthusiasm inside the Dolphins for where Tannehill is, for what this off-season work means, and for the development his game can have these quiet months before a second season with Gase.
But one overriding question among those present were his views on the president who had fired him from his national security advisor post.
The overriding theme is nature; soft, inviting, mysterious, direct.
And while the obvious void for Felton and the Vikings is size, Felton said that is not the overriding factor.
Paying down debt is likely to be the overriding mission.
But an overriding theme in the interview was how to better connect with Ducks fans, donors and ticket holders.
The court has spoken and Spirit pilots will fully comply with the order handed down, which is completely in line with our overriding goal: the resumption of normal operations.
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OVERRIDING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of overriding for English Language Learners
: more important than anything else
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