Posted 8 years ago on Nov. 30, 2011, 9:31 a.m. EST by Idaltu
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overplay (overplays 3rd person present) (overplaying present participle) (overplayed past tense & past participle ) 1 verb If you say that someone is overplaying something such as a problem, you mean that they are making it seem more important than it really is. (=exaggerate) I think the historical factor is overplayed, that it really doesn't mean much. V n 2 If someone overplays their hand, they act more confidently than they should because they believe that they are in a stronger position than they actually are.
I think the tent and physical occupy has outlived its usefulness. We have everyone's attention...it is time to remove the head of the snake which is congress.