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  • r  to extremes
    he went overboard to please his in-laws
  • r  from on board a vessel into the water
    they dropped their garbage overboard

  • Engulfed by flames and smoke, crewmen and pilots tossed rubber rafts overboard, then plunged 90 feet into the waters below.
  • She untied the rubber dinghy from the stern and then, according to Noguchi, fell from the Splendour into the 63 F water, bruising her left cheek as she tumbled overboard.
  • So we have to find the perfect balance of doing something to get rid of our wrinkles and lines and sagginess but we can't go overboard, because it doesn't work that way.
News & Articles


  • Jeff Gordon in SI.com
    I think he went a little overboard. He kind of made it personal,Gordon, the four-time series champion, said. "We were all pretty out of control out there. I don't disagree with him as far as the comfort level in the situation we were in....
  • Carlos Tevez in Sky News
    I didn't go overboard in my celebration and it was directed at Gary, not at Ferguson and not at the fans. I didn't even look at Ferguson,said Tevez.
  • Darrell Hair in International Herald Tribune
    I've always been a little bit ...... standoffish in that I've always preferred to let them play the game themselves and only get involved when things go overboard,Hair told a Sydney radio station Thursday.

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