- v place special or excessive emphasis on
- Now Cox feels that the churches are beginning to overstress involvement at the expense of inner religious experience.
- John Kerry in Washington Post
So an Olympic gold would be right up there in my list of achievements, it's the one you want to win. I haven't been able to do that yet but, fingers crossed, I've got a good chance, probably my best shot. You can't overstress about it but I want to... Paula Radcliffe http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paula_Radcliffe&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEAiu-ArjvPhuihTuSUtrga-CEpnw South China Morning Post (subscription) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.scmp.com/vgn-ext-templating/v/index.jsp%3Fvgnextoid%3D51c7095fefd29110VgnVCM100000360a0a0aRCRD%26s%3DSport%26ss%3DOlympics&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHR-R_lJugX0etY9-GFvo9NiVt8Mw Apr 8, 2008
71317 95267 overstress Kerry said yesterday that he meant it as a dig at Bush, and his office released a copy of the prepared remarks he was supposed to deliver: I can't overstress the importance of a great education. Do you know where you end up if you don't study, if...
- Gete Wami in Boston Globe (registration)
In Berlin, I didn't overstress myself,said Wami, who cruised by 1 minute 34 seconds on a pancake course. "I was in good condition and have recovered well."