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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overcorrect.

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Examples

  • Now, Mr. Otteau said, the market has "overcorrected," and this will continue.

    New Jersey Real Estate Report

  • A witness said the bus carrying the driver and 42 passengers to Colusa Casino Resort drifted off a rural two-lane road before the driver "overcorrected" and swerved back.

    Macleans.ca

  • Police in California said the driver of a charter bus "overcorrected" when it drifted to one side of a road, resulting in a crash that killed 10 people.

    KCTV5.com - News

  • The bus, which had an invalid license plate, drifted off a rural two-lane road before the driver "overcorrected" and swerved back, patrol spokesman Patrick Landreth said.

    RGJ.com - Latest News

  • The bus was about 10 miles from its destination when it drifted to one side of the road for about half a mile before the driver "overcorrected" and swerved back.

    NBC San Diego - News Top Stories

  • Gomez reportedly overcorrected, causing the car to roll and eject her, and then she was pinned from the waist down when the car landed on top of her.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Driving too fast around a curve on Highway 1, he'd overcorrected, landing the car in a ditch.

    Katie Amatruda: How I Navigated The Four Stages Of Divorce

  • Driving too fast around a curve on Highway 1, he'd overcorrected, landing the car in a ditch.

    Katie Amatruda: How I Navigated The Four Stages Of Divorce

  • Police said the bus hit the pickup, veered onto the left shoulder of the road, then overcorrected in the opposite direction and rolled once before landing on its wheels.

    Six Killed in Bus Crash Near Phoenix

  • Police said the bus hit the pickup, veered onto the left shoulder of the road, then overcorrected in the opposite direction and rolled once before landing on its wheels.

    Six Killed in Bus Crash Near Phoenix

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