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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overstate.

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Examples

  • Actually, to say that Carlos Slim "jockeyed" for the title overstates the case.

    Ventura County Star Stories

  • Actually, to say that Carlos Slim "jockeyed" for the title overstates the case.

    Ventura County Star Stories

  • Actually, to say that Carlos Slim "jockeyed" for the title overstates the case.

    Ventura County Star Stories

  • The title overstates the case: Wall Street and Washington did not betray the American people: betrayal presumes an obligation, an obligation which existed only as a fantasy in the population at large, a fantasy no more or less vacuous than our millennial belief in gods.

    Planet Atheism

  • The title overstates the case: Wall Street and Washington did not betray the American people: betrayal presumes an obligation, an obligation which existed only as a fantasy in the population at large, a fantasy no more or less vacuous than our millennial belief in gods.

    Planet Atheism

  • The title overstates the case: Wall Street and Washington did not betray the American people: betrayal presumes an obligation, an obligation which existed only as a fantasy in the population at large, a fantasy no more or less vacuous than our millennial belief in gods.

    Planet Atheism

  • The issue is McCain overstates no preconditions as becoming best buddies on day one.

    Obama: McCain 'obsessed' with Ahmadinajad

  • And because his simplistic approach is so unanalytical, Fromkin overstates and underargues his thesis.

    New & Noteworthy

  • And because his simplistic approach is so unanalytical, Fromkin overstates and underargues his thesis.

    New & Noteworthy

  • LEVIN: I mean, I think that kind of overstates it a little bit.

    CNN Transcript Jun 20, 2006

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