Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To strike with excessive force; strike beyond.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb obsolete To strike beyond.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun computing, uncountable overtype (feature where input replaces existing characters instead of being inserted before them)
  • noun typography The printing of otherwise unavailable characters by printing one character over another, as - on top of L to produce Ł.
  • noun numismatics The slightly doubled image on a coin which has been coined more than once.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

over- +‎ strike

Examples

  • Already there is discussion of the US attorney purge in one resource rich upper midwest state being part of this [overstrike] voter suppression [/overstrike] political remake of advocacy and the courts plan.

    Balkinization

  • Given Goodling's divulgations about the immigration court judgeships 'being a part of the [overstrike] voter fraud [/overstrike] remake the courts plan, I would expect to discover, as more information on the immigration courts politicization appears in the press, other as yet undiscovered parts of the administration's efforts to politicize subsets of the courts which had been apolitical traditionally, at least nominally.

    Balkinization

  • Already there is discussion of the US attorney purge in one resource rich upper midwest state being part of this [overstrike] voter suppression [/overstrike] political remake of advocacy and the courts plan.

    Balkinization

  • Given Goodling's divulgations about the immigration court judgeships 'being a part of the [overstrike] voter fraud [/overstrike] remake the courts plan, I would expect to discover, as more information on the immigration courts politicization appears in the press, other as yet undiscovered parts of the administration's efforts to politicize subsets of the courts which had been apolitical traditionally, at least nominally.

    Balkinization

  • Already there is discussion of the US attorney purge in one resource rich upper midwest state being part of this [overstrike] voter suppression [/overstrike] political remake of advocacy and the courts plan.

    Balkinization

  • Already there is discussion of the US attorney purge in one resource rich upper midwest state being part of this [overstrike] voter suppression [/overstrike] political remake of advocacy and the courts plan.

    Balkinization

  • Given Goodling's divulgations about the immigration court judgeships 'being a part of the [overstrike] voter fraud [/overstrike] remake the courts plan, I would expect to discover, as more information on the immigration courts politicization appears in the press, other as yet undiscovered parts of the administration's efforts to politicize subsets of the courts which had been apolitical traditionally, at least nominally.

    Balkinization

  • Already there is discussion of the US attorney purge in one resource rich upper midwest state being part of this [overstrike] voter suppression [/overstrike] political remake of advocacy and the courts plan.

    Balkinization

  • Given Goodling's divulgations about the immigration court judgeships 'being a part of the [overstrike] voter fraud [/overstrike] remake the courts plan, I would expect to discover, as more information on the immigration courts politicization appears in the press, other as yet undiscovered parts of the administration's efforts to politicize subsets of the courts which had been apolitical traditionally, at least nominally.

    Balkinization

  • Given Goodling's divulgations about the immigration court judgeships 'being a part of the [overstrike] voter fraud [/overstrike] remake the courts plan, I would expect to discover, as more information on the immigration courts politicization appears in the press, other as yet undiscovered parts of the administration's efforts to politicize subsets of the courts which had been apolitical traditionally, at least nominally.

    Balkinization

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