- v. present participle of overstep.
“Is that what you call overstepping the mark a trifle?”
“I have no problem with Kim English "pinch-shooting" for J.T. Tiller, but if you're going to call overstepping the baseline at the end then call it the whole game.”
“Obama Adminsitration is now attacking the CBO for "overstepping" it's analysis of the whole health care [...]”
“The Democrats are NOT 'overstepping' their reach in healthcare, they are pushing through legislation to benefit their constituents.”
“Thanks! and I agee on "overstepping" by Michael Collins on Sunday, Jan 4, 2009 at 5: 03: 48 PM”
“Doing so is "overstepping," and "I assume responsibility" for the error and will fix it.”
“Just as they are now asking if Obama is acting too cocky or is "overstepping" when he hasn't yet been elected (a question they never asked when John McCain met with the same leaders and traveled a similar path), they attributed to Hillary Clinton the sentiment that there should be a "coronation" last fall when she broke the 50 percent mark with Democratic voters in the Gallup polls.”
“For someone to say what it should be, is kind of overstepping their bounds.”
“I think they're kind of overstepping the school's bounds.”
“She quickly became a magnet in the contentious debate over the role of religion in public life denounced by Christian activists for overstepping but hailed as courageous by atheists, agnostics and non-Christians who feel excluded from the day.”
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