- v. present participle of overreach.
- adj. revealing excessive self-confidence; reaching for the heights
“The effort is being cheered by many in the produce industry, who often complain about what they call overreaching by regulators and welcome a company with resources pushing back.”
“Luckily for people who like music the results of such overreaching is generally glorious.”
“He spoke out against what he called the overreaching judicial activism of the courts whom he said “bypass the democratic process” when expanding rights for women, gays and others by interpreting the Constitution.”
“Such government overreaching is what we've come to expect from this administration,”
“Such government overreaching is what we've come to expect from this administration .”
“Such government overreaching is what we've come to expect from this administration, she says.”
“Is anyone surprised at more moneygrubbing and overreaching from the guy who stiffed small vendors with the arena's bankruptcy, and who named his yacht "Octopus?”
“Recent history suggests that for the GOP, the risk of overreaching is at least as great as that of not doing enough.”
“After all, overreaching is what Ashcroft knows how to do best.”
“Mr. Bhaer put a stop to some of his speculations, and tried to give him a better idea of business talent than mere sharpness in overreaching his neighbors.”
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