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overextension

See definition of overextension on Dictionary.com
  • as inbreaking point
  • as inhyperinflation
  • as instress

synonyms for overextension

  • overstrain
  • snapping point
  • spreading too thin
  • tension
  • devaluation
  • run-away inflation
  • wheelbarrow economics
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How to use overextension in a sentence

Part of the problem was Wizards players overextending themselves on offense.
THE WIZARDS WILL TRY TO CLEAN UP SOME ISSUES IN NEXT EXHIBITION — POSSIBLY WITHOUT RUSSELL WESTBROOKAVA WALLACEDECEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
At the time, he overextended himself and, hitting a wall of physical exhaustion, wondered whether he would be able to keep going.
RIZ AHMED KNOWS HIS WORTH. WITH THE GUT-WRENCHING ‘SOUND OF METAL,’ HE ENSURES YOU DO, TOO.SONIA RAODECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The regiment, when operating alone and attacking, should undertake an enveloping attack if it does not result in overextension.
INFANTRY DRILL REGULATIONS, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1911UNITED STATES WAR DEPARTMENT
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WORDS RELATED TO OVEREXTENSION

  • overextension
  • overstrain
  • snapping point
  • spreading too thin
  • tension
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.