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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of steamroll.

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Examples

  • Third, despite this year's abundance of great films, one title steamrolled the competition for the top slot, earning 106 out of a possible 120 points.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Third, despite this year's abundance of great films, one title steamrolled the competition for the top slot, earning 106 out of a possible 120 points.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Ten and Donna kind of steamrolled me into letting them into this fic.

    The Boundaries of Consent (1/3)

  • It kind of steamrolled into something Hughes and even the White House had imagined with tons of calls, lots of parents interested, lots of teams wanting to be here.

    CNN Transcript May 6, 2001

  • However, the impression should not be created that the issue was being "steamrolled" through Parliament.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The ANC had "steamrolled" the Remuneration of Traditional

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "And it just kind of steamrolled until mustaches were deemed uncool."

    Kansan.com stories

  • "We plan to go forward expeditiously, but not hastily" after being "steamrolled" on the financial industry rescue.

    TimesArgus.com: Sports

  • "The idea developed into something that has kind of steamrolled," he says.

    AltWeeklies.com Site Feed

  • Joel Klein and Michael Bloomberg "steamrolled" Randi Weingarten, says The American Spectator.

    Morning Read: Schumer Plays Defense, Bloomberg Does Sunday

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