overpowering

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To hate him would be hating an overpowering force, like heat, or electricity.

A cold rage of nervousness beset her, so overpowering that she herself was amazed at it.

He was altogether splendid, massive, overpowering, and impracticable.

The heat was overpowering, and the war was of course discussed.

He knew an overpowering desire for the protection and companionship of man.

The blow was too sudden and overpowering; I sunk beneath it.

But they were succeeding: they were overpowering him; they had him on the ground.

They were many, I was but one; and they were not long in overpowering me and dragging me from my horse.

Her face was drawn with agony in the stifling, overpowering heat.

She seemed to him the flower of her own beauty, rich, overpowering.

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