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1. Overrule definition is - to rule over : govern

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2. How to use Overrule in a sentence.


3. To reject or annul (a decision or recommendation, for example): Overrule a decision about hiring a job candidate; Overrule a call by an umpire.

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4. Overrule definition, to rule against or disallow the arguments of (a person): The senator was Overruled by the committee chairman

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5. / ˌoʊ.vɚˈruːl / (of a person who has official authority) to decide against a decision that has already been made: In tennis, the umpire can Overrule the line judge.

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6. Synonyms & Antonyms of Overrule to decide that (something or someone) is wrong; to rule against (something or someone) The judge Overruled the objection. His …

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7. It will, of course, Overrule any conflicting view of the Provost-Marshal-General, if there be such

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8. THE PAPERS AND WRITINGS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, VOLUME SIX ABRAHAM LINCOLN We know the court that made it has often Overruled its own decisions, and we shall do what we can to have it to Overrule

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9. To Overrule is to veto something or to use your authority to make a different decision than others have made or suggested. When your boss says you can have a raise but the president of the company steps in and says that you cannot have a raise so the raise never goes through, this is an example of when the president Overrules your boss.

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10. Overrule verb reverse, alter, cancel, recall, discount, overturn, set aside, override, repeal, quash, revoke, disallow, rescind, rule against, invalidate, annul, nullify, outvote, countermand, make null and void In 1991, the Court of Appeal Overruled this decision

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11. Inflections of ' Overrule ' (v): (⇒ conjugate)

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12. 'Overrule' is a 8 letter word starting with O and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Overrule' Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Overrule We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Overrule will help you to finish your crossword today.

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13. Overrule The refusal by a judge to sustain an objection set forth by an attorney during a trial, such as an objection to a particular question posed to a witness

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14. Overrule: 1 v rule against “The Republicans were Overruled when the House voted on the bill” Synonyms: override , overthrow , overturn , reverse Type of: decree , rule decide with authority

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15. Overrule may refer to a judge's disagreement with an attorney's objection to a question to a witness or admission of evidence

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16. Inflections of 'Overrule' (v): (⇒ conjugate) Overrules v 3rd person singular overruling v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Overruled v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." Overruled v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively

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17. House progressives are urging Biden to Overrule a Senate official and keep a $15 minimum wage in the stimulus plan

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18. Overrule Meaning: "rule against; set aside, as by a higher authority," 1590s, from over- + rule (v.)

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19. It was used earlier… See definitions of Overrule.

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20. Definition of Overrule in the dictionary

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21. What does Overrule mean? Information and translations of Overrule in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …

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22. ‘The Prime Minister should act now to Overrule his official, and withdraw the request for prosecution.’ ‘The real problem behind Tai-wan's UN bid is that the Security Council can Overrule the General Assembly with the unilateral veto powers of its five permanent members.’

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23. If someone in authority Overrules a person or their decision, they officially decide that the decision is incorrect or not valid

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24. In 1991, the Court of Appeal Overruled this decision.

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25. As verbs the difference between override and Overrule is that override is to ride across or beyond something while Overrule is to rule over; to govern or determine by superior authority

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26. This word is frequently used to signify that a case has been decided directly opposite to a former case; when this takes place, the first decided case is said to be Overruled as a precedent and cannot any longer be considered as of binding authority.

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27. The court Overruled the prosecutor's request for a continuance.El tribunal denegó la solicitud del fiscal de aplazamiento.


28. Synonyms for Overrule in Free Thesaurus


29. 24 synonyms for Overrule: reverse, alter, cancel, recall, discount, overturn, set aside, override

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30. French Translation of “Overrule” The official Collins English-French Dictionary online

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31. Antonyms for Overrule include allow, accept, approve, endorse, pass, permit, sanction, enforce, establish and keep


32. Examples of Overrule in a sentence

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33. The Supreme Court decided to Overrule the states’ bans and allow same-sex marriage in the U.S


34. In tennis, the umpire can Overrule the line judge


35. They have the power to Overrule the local council


36. Nobody has the authority to Overrule his decision


37. He had to Overrule his petty officials to accept him

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38. Former Senate Parliamentarian Bob Dove confirmed the VP's power to Overrule, as do both experts in the Senate chamber -- the chairman and Ranking Republican of the Budget Committee.

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39. Definition of Overrule written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

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40. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Democrats should Overrule or fire the Senate parliamentarian after Elizabeth MacDonough ruled the $15 minimum wage cannot be included in …

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41. Progressive Lawmakers Call To Overrule, Fire Parliamentarian To Raise Minimum Wage


42. White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain said the administration would not try to Overrule the Senate parliamentarian if she decides an increase in the minimum wage must be stripped from a …

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43. To rule or decide against (a plea, argument, etc.); reject: to Overrule an objection

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44. To prevail over so as to change the purpose or action: a delay that Overruled our plans.

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45. Trump claims White House can Overrule FDA's attempt to toughen guidelines for coronavirus vaccine By Paul LeBlanc, CNN 9/24/2020 Cherokee County …


46. Can the IRS Overrule a court order allowing a non-custodial parent who pays child support to claim a child for five consecutive years? Still, the IRS requires a signed 8332 or equivalent

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47. Overrule Overrule vt 1: to rule against [the objection was Overruled] compare sustain 2 a: to rule against upon review by virtue of a higher authority : set aside reverse [the appeals court Overruled the trial court's decision] b: to set aside as a precedent or guide [did not intend to Overrule prior jurisprudence in that area] [refused to Overrule the landmark case] compare follow

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48. Progressive lawmakers and grassroots advocacy groups responded with outrage to the unelected official's advice and stressed that Harris, in her capacity as presiding officer of the Senate, has the constitutional authority to Overrule the parliamentarian's recommendation and keep the $15 minimum wage provision in the relief package.

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49. Nothing happened in the match, and in that moment, he called an Overrule.


50. Should the Court "Overrule" McConnell and allow as applied challenges to the electioneering communications, there will be much handwringing an wailing amoung the reform community.Fears on Wisconsin Right to Life

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51. Definition of Overrule (verb): officially change someone’s decision

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52. Definition and synonyms of Overrule from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

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53. This is the British English definition of Overrule.View American English definition of Overrule.

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54. Khanna, the progressive caucus deputy whip, and 22 Democrats sent a letter to Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, urging them to Overrule Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough’s decision that a $15 minimum wage increase violates the rules regarding the $1.9 trillion reconciliation coronavirus package.


55. Ro Khanna (CA-17) joined 22 of his colleagues in sending a letter to President Joe Biden & Vice President Kamala Harris urging them to Overrule the Senate parliamentarian’s decision not to include a $15 minimum wage in the Budget Reconciliation package

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56. Silberman added that his colleagues are attempting to “stretch the actual malice rule like a rubber band” and urged the Supreme Court to Overrule New York Times v


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OVERRULE [ˌōvə(r)ˈro͞ol]

overrule (verb) · overrules (third person present) · overruled (past tense) · overruled (past participle) · overruling (present participle) · over-rule (verb) · over-rules (third person present) · over-ruled (past tense) · over-ruled (past participle) · over-ruling (present participle)

  • reject or disallow by exercising one's superior authority.
  • reject the decision or argument of (someone).
Synonyms: countermand . cancel . reverse . rescind . repeal . revoke . retract . withdraw . take back . disallow . override . veto . set aside . quash . overturn . overthrow . repudiate . recant . annul . nullify . invalidate . negate . void . abrogate . vacate . recall . allow . accept .