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  • v. Present participle of overswing.

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Examples

  • He missed because he was swinging out of anger, and he was overswinging.

    WILLIE MAYS

  • This one below, by California entrepreneur and wunderkind Auren Hoffman, is worth reading -- and provokes important concerns about the tendency for the pendulum overswinging from one side to the next in American politics.

    Lanny Davis: When We Pendulum

  • Somehow Phil Mickelson won 30 PGA tournaments and 2 Masters at Augusta National straightening his right knee on the backswing and overswinging under the tutelage of his former coach Rick Smith.

    George Bush's Secrets to Better Golf

  • Description: Lacking a blazing fastball, he is a thrower who must move the ball around and strive for what baseball people describe as ′location′; keep the hitters overswinging and overguessing.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • When the club is held tightly, there will be practically no danger of overswinging; but, as with the drive, the pressure with the palms of the hands may be a little relaxed at the top.

    The Complete Golfer

  • That injury was beyond maddening - a strained right elbow suffered, from all indications, by overswinging in a rare round of batting practice in mid-May at Fenway Park in Boston.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • That injury was beyond maddening — a strained right elbow suffered, from all indications, by overswinging in a rare round of batting practice in mid-May at Fenway Park in Boston.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Best hope for the M's is that Texas starts overswinging at all the sub-80 mph stuff.

    The Seattle Times

  • Macha went on to say the coaches are preaching low liners to Escobar to get him to stop overswinging.

    JSOnline.com

  • Aces skipper Brett Butler said Whitesell was overswinging but has been working on simplifying his swing.

    North Lake Tahoe Bonanza - Top Stories

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