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- adv. In an overpowering manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an overpowering manner; with superior force.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. incapable of being resisted
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Sacrilege perhaps, but we find the rub overpoweringly spicy – I'm pretty sure it's pork under there, but frankly, it could be anything.
Mr. Reed: All the research we have done stresses overpoweringly that mindset trumps skill set.
It's delicious, with a stronger caramel flavour than a shop-bought version, and, as Monisha promised, not as overpoweringly sweet.
Although the stock cube I've used is rather overpoweringly fishy, the result is nice enough but lacks the comforting creamy sweetness I associate with this kind of soup.
It was not overpoweringly cheesy like I thought it might be with having 3 different types of cheese; it was more eggy with cheese subtlety and interesting bites of texture and smooth cheese flavor from the cream cheese bites.
This is a stunning show, almost overpoweringly various in idea, theme and medium.
Not only does this make it overpoweringly vanilla-flavoured, but the cheese gives it a slightly odd texture.
He uses 500g jam sugar to each kilo of fruit in his strawberry jam – but without a spritz of lemon juice, the results are overpoweringly sweet, even by jam standards, and the set is quite loose – it slides all over my scone.
The core of the power struggle is, (and has been since 1946), that the CIA aims to 'run the country,' which means setting out to conduct any war or obtain any territory they decide, and overpoweringly overrule the President/Congress unable to stop them.
In the picture, the nearest one was Baumkuchen, next was a not overpoweringly sugared apple honey, then mocha chocolate, and strawberry.