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  • n. Plural form of overdog.

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Examples

  • Goalie Tim Thomas pulled as Boston Bruins fall to Buffalo Sabres Calling all coaches: Make sure spring season varsity rosters are sent to The Republican Coach Geno Auriemma wants UConn's Huskies as 'overdogs' all the time

    Reader - MassLive.com

  • Goalie Tim Thomas pulled as Boston Bruins fall to Buffalo Sabres Mad Ants cruise past Armor, 108-88, in D-League action at Springfield Coach Geno Auriemma wants UConn's Huskies as 'overdogs' all the time

    Reader - MassLive.com

  • Another reason why bailouts are NOT the proper role of government. if Axelrod was the enemy of overdogs, bankers would be hanging from the lamposts on Wall Street. says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Endgame

  • Apparently, when Indians become arrogant overdogs and bullies, Naipaul likes them all the better.

    Cruel and Unusual

  • Another of his gold standards is the Russian and French literary opposition, leavened with a good sprinkling of those — like Robert Brasillach — whose talents led them to identify with the overdogs.

    The Omnivore

  • How loudly can I root for the old overdogs to get back on top without sounding like a jerk?

    Alex Remington: I'm a Diehard Atlanta Braves Fan. Does That Make Me a Jerk?

  • In 1957, in The Sense of Movement, Thom Gunn proclaimed: "I praise the overdogs from Alexander/To those who would not play with Stephen Spender."

    A Nice Bloody Fool

  • The moral: While people love underdogs, they buy overdogs.

    Leadership: A Powerful Differentiator

  • Rights Act handed political and economic power to underdogs at the expense of the overdogs.

    Firedoglake

  • Moreover, we're hockey fans with the ability to approach the many facets of rivalries, over-hyped players and teams, underdogs, overdogs, and living jokes with a high degree of flexibility.

    Interchangeable Parts

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