overrides

[ verb oh-ver-rahyd; noun oh-ver-rahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF overrides

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His nose was dominant––the nose of a conqueror who overrides all obstacles.

"Charged with dispatches" overrides all signals of hindrance on a voyage.

The man who overrides you will as often be pursuing a tactic as he cajoles you.

There is an individuality in the cathedral of Paris that overrides every criticism.

It overrides our formal resolutions, our conscious decisions.

Habit incorporates, enacts or overrides objects, but it doesn't know them.

It then overrides all competitors and secures for itself the sole right of way.

He outlives and overrides them all by the influence of his character.

But while a personality is active, it overrides 'the next thing.'

That is an excellent rule in its way, and very superior to an abstract rule which neglects or overrides experience.