overwhelming

[ oh-ver-hwel-ming, -wel- ]SEE DEFINITION OF overwhelming

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERWHELMING

Mr. Gladstone was returned again for Midlothian by an overwhelming majority.

Smitten to the heart by a sudden and overwhelming remorse, Hetty was speechless.

And what overwhelming success attends the efforts of the Jesuits!

There were too many of the enemy, and overwhelming reinforcements could be expected any moment.

The Mercutians will be back soon in overwhelming force, burning for revenge.

She had no thought of anything but this one overwhelming disaster.

I have overwhelming evidence that he is the man we are after.

She did this, she was obliged to do it, to prevent the feeling of impotence from overwhelming her.

The company surrounded the messenger, overwhelming him with questions.

It seems they constitute an overwhelming charge against him.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OVERWHELMING

devastating

adjectivecausing devastation
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