Recent Examples of overwhelming from the Web
Caseworkers, meanwhile, are often poorly trained, underpaid and burdened with overwhelming caseloads.
Manka Dhingra, the Democratic candidate, has led in the polls by a comfortable but not overwhelming margin.
Protesters from around the state, an overwhelming amount of them ready to speak against Spencer’s racist rhetoric, have planned rallies throughout the day Thursday.
The Jayhawks play host to rival Kansas State next week and winless Baylor the week after, representing the two contests left where KU won’t have an overwhelming talent disadvantage.
That requires blocking the overwhelming glare of the star.
Every week brings such an overwhelming onslaught of news, that sometimes the most entertaining bits can fall through the cracks.
And if these zombies' crazed 3:00 A.M. tweets are to be believed, the overwhelming consensus among diehard fans seems to be that, for once, the second season of a beloved binge watch completely lived up to the hype of the first season.
This means that soon, Silicon Valley will be have overwhelming incentives, business and political, to quickly police speech that annoys important Anglophone liberals — which is to say, speech by Anglophone conservatives and right wingers.
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