overrun : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n too much production or more than expected
- v invade in great numbers
- v occupy in large numbers or live on a host
- v flow or run over (a limit or brim)
- v seize the position of and defeat
- v run beyond or past
- But if you overrun us, we just might strike first.
- The Viet Cong had steadily harassed Dak Son, and four times this year had mounted an attack and tried to overrun it; each time they had been stopped short of the defense .
- But that's a small point, compared with the larger issue that has clouded this summer: How can you sustain a democracy if one of the two major political parties has been overrun by .
- President Bush in Washington Post
If we do not defeat these enemies now, we will leave our children to face a Middle East overrun by terrorist states and radical dictators armed with nuclear weapons,Bush said. "We are in a war that will set the course for this new century...
- Harold Moore in Forbes
Without Crandall's actions, the embattled men at Ia Drang would have died in much the same way - "cut off, surrounded by numerically superior forces, overrun and butchered to the last man," the infantry commander, Lt. Col. Harold Moore, wrote in...
- Barack Obama in Reuters UK
I am gravely concerned about the situation in Pakistan, not because I think that they're immediately going to be overrun and the Taliban would take over in Pakistan,Obama said. "I'm more concerned that the civilian government there right...