Thesaurus.com
Thesaurus / overboard
FEEDBACK

overboard

See definition of overboard on Dictionary.com
  • as inrabid
  • as inoverabundant
  • as inovermuch
  • as inexcessive
  • as inexorbitant

synonyms for overboard

  • crazed
  • delirious
  • enthusiastic
  • fanatical
  • fervent
  • frenzied
  • furious
  • virulent
  • zealous
  • berserk
  • bigoted
  • bitten
  • corybantic
  • crazy
  • deranged
  • extreme
  • extremist
  • flipped
  • foaming at the mouth
  • frantic
  • freaked out
  • frenetic
  • hot
  • infuriated
  • insane
  • intemperate
  • intolerant
  • irrational
  • keen
  • mad
  • mad-dog
  • narrow-minded
  • nutty
  • obsessed
  • poisoned
  • radical
  • raging
  • revolutionary
  • sick
  • sizzling
  • smoking
  • steamed up
  • ultra
  • ultraist
  • violent
  • wild
Meet Grammar Coach
Write or paste your essay, email, or story into Grammar Coach and get grammar helpImprove Your Writing
Meet Grammar Coach
Improve Your Writing
Write or paste your essay, email, or story into Grammar Coach and get grammar help

antonyms for overboard

MOST RELEVANT
  • apathetic
  • calm
  • disinterested
  • dispassionate
  • indifferent
  • lethargic
  • sane
  • unenthusiastic
  • unexcited
  • delighted
  • happy
  • pleased
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
    QUIZ
    Dive In To First Place With This Swimming Quiz!
    START THE QUIZ

    How to use overboard in a sentence

    Marr suggests layering a cloth mask on top of a surgical mask, but cautions people against going overboard.
    IS IT TIME TO WEAR A BETTER MASK FOR COVID-19? WE ASKED THE EXPERTSTARA LAWFEBRUARY 8, 2021TIME
    The artist bios, too, go a bit overboard — some running a full page in length.
    BALTIMORE EXHIBITION OF OUTSIDER ART CELEBRATES NATURE’S ‘EXCESS’ WITH A WAKE-UP CALL ABOUT POLLUTIONKELSEY ABLESFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    You can keep some shelf-stable and nutritious items on hand, such as dried beans and grains, but don’t go overboard.
    AS STAY-AT-HOME RESTRICTIONS RISE, HERE ARE WAYS TO COPEWASHINGTON POST STAFF, ELIZABETH CHANG, MARI-JANE WILLIAMS, BECKY KRYSTAL, KENDRA NICHOLS, CAITLIN MOORE, STEPHANIE MERRY, MISSY ROSENBERG, KATHERINE LEEDECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    It is tempting to go overboard with both, to cling to screening and ornament in the gray months ahead.
    WINTER WONDERS: CONIFERS REVIVE THE SLEEPING GARDEN. BUT REMEMBER, LESS IS MORE.ADRIAN HIGGINSDECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Although, please don’t go overboard with these either for the sake of user experience.
    THE GOOGLE PAGE EXPERIENCE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW AND FIVE STEPS TO PREPARE FOR 2021GERT SVAIKODECEMBER 1, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
    That’s a nice addition for those of us who tend to go overboard with tabs — which I have to imagine is many or most people, these days.
    MACOS BIG SUR IS NOW AVAILABLEBRIAN HEATERNOVEMBER 12, 2020TECHCRUNCH
    Retailers should go overboard to be responsive to shoppers online.
    THE 2020 HOLIDAY SEASON IS HERE: GET YOUR DIGITAL HOUSE IN ORDERADAM DORFMANNOVEMBER 12, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
    “If the algorithm can understand the relevance of passages, we can hopefully relax a bit about this and not go overboard,” he said, “We don’t need a page for every question a visitor might ask, for example.”
    WHAT PASSAGE INDEXING AND NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING MEAN FOR THE FUTURE OF SEOGEORGE NGUYENOCTOBER 27, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
    Instead of reducing misinformation, they say the repealing the law will silence users and cause companies to go overboard in policing speech on their services.
    EVERYTHING TO KNOW ABOUT THE POLITICAL FOOD FIGHT OVER SECTION 230DANIELLE ABRILOCTOBER 19, 2020FORTUNE
    The helmsman led me to the side of the vessel, and told me to hold my head overboard, and inhale the air.
    A WOMAN'S JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLDIDA PFEIFFER
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    AUGUST 1, 2021
    Choose the synonym for select
    sulk

    WORDS RELATED TO OVERBOARD

    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

    WORD OF THE DAY

    totemicadjective | [toh-tem-ik ]SEE DEFINITION