Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of overplay.

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Examples

  • Malek Boutih, a senior Socialist official and former head of SOS Racism, also accused politicians of "overplaying" their outrage.

    Taipei Times

  • Malek Boutih, a senior Socialist official and former head of SOS Racism, also accused politicians of "overplaying" their outrage.

    Taipei Times

  • Malek Boutih, a senior Socialist official and former head of SOS Racism, also accused politicians of "overplaying" their outrage.

    Taipei Times

  • Malek Boutih, a senior Socialist official and former head of SOS Racism, also accused politicians of "overplaying" their outrage.

    Taipei Times

  • Malek Boutih, a senior Socialist official and former head of SOS Racism, also accused politicians of "overplaying" their outrage.

    Taipei Times

  • Celtic forward Cedric Maxwell, applying pressure up high, stayed with him while Robert Parish was overplaying Kareem down low.

    One Season

  • Initially overplaying Jordan to keep the ball from him, sometimes they allowed guard Joe Dumars to play him straight up, or run a double-team at him the minute he touched the ball, forcing him to pass to an ineffective teammate.

    One Season

  • Celtic forward Cedric Maxwell, applying pressure up high, stayed with him while Robert Parish was overplaying Kareem down low.

    One Season

  • Hopefully the corps will continue overplaying their hand, and even more hopefully the electorate will be ready to punish those who get in the way of true reform.

    Discourse.net: The Search for the Senate Democrats' Spine Continues

  • If you watch a sitcom and see a dumb girl, the actress is usually overplaying her dumbness.

    Glee’s Heather Morris on Becoming Britney Spears: I Was "So Nervous" To Sing!

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