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adjective as in encompassing

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You need to have a clear understanding of these metrics and how they relate to your overarching marketing goals.

Streaming viewership’s increase since March has inflamed the various streaming battles into an overarching turf war.

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The laws of gravity tell you how the universe responds to matter and energy — it’s really overarching.

Separating campaigns by country, or by overarching region, allows you to better control bids and segment out reporting.

CEO Sharon Cooney, who recently took the helm following the unexpected death of former MTS chief Paul Jablonski, said the agency will soon seek outside reviews of its overarching security practices and its use of force policy.

They claimed that the lack of an overarching policy on concussions put their health at risk.

In the current crisis, Obama has articulated no overarching cause, no doctrine about defending freedom and democracy.

To dwell on that for a moment is to get a sharp taste of the overarching issue that Liberty Ridge raises for us.

Yes, I get that Always is attempting to build large, overarching connections between girls getting older and losing self-esteem.

Just what that is—and whodunit—remains the overarching plot that carries an electric current throughout the action.

Some fathomless millpool would hold Michael and Alan with its hollow waterfall and overarching trees and gigantic pike.

Manitoo had now and again to change his position, where he stood huddled up under an overarching cliff.

Below us slept the waters of the bay, reflecting, in their crystal depths, the superincumbent mountains and overarching sky.

The dense forest growth overarching the road, shut out the starlight and we were unable to see six feet in our front.

The path is narrow and the overarching trees shut out every ray of starlight.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to overarching, such as: overall, throughout, underlying, including, ambient, and encircling.

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