over-ridden[ verb oh-ver-rahyd; noun oh-ver-rahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-ridden
Synonyms for over-ridden
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-RIDDEN
Two Arrows dismounted and led his over-ridden pony into camp.
A bigger man would have over-ridden the difficulties of the affair.
What was Scotland's condition when over-ridden by the Roman religion?
His veto may be over-ridden by a two-thirds vote of all the members elected to the legislature.
The good ship now quivered like a horse that is over-ridden, but in those liners everything is strong, and everything stood.
For once, Arethusa's wishes had been over-ridden; she had made all sorts of loud objections to the carrying out of this idea.
It is common knowledge that, in the past at least, both law and fact have often been over-ridden for partisan advantage.
If so, his personal influence may have over-ridden that of his former political enemies.
Mr. Steele frankly admitted that this might be a case where custom could be over-ridden, and the orphanage authorities ignored.
The band music faded, to be over-ridden then replaced by a smooth baritone voice.