English words and Examples of Usage

use "overcome" in a sentence

But that effort, too, must overcome formidable cultural obstacles.

But he struggled late to overcome pit road issues and finished sixth.

It's another financial and psychological barrier to have to overcome.

She said Europe would overcome the challenge and emerge even stronger.

To implement such changes, Greece will have to overcome other problems.

There were also obstacles to overcome on the other side of the country.

As he ended his speech saying in solidarity We shall overcome!"""

The slight lip of the driveway become an obstacle to be overcome.

Don’t think of them as an adversary or an obstacle you need to overcome.

Certainly there are challenges and obstacles that Europe has to overcome.

The problem is, those flaws exist because they’re really hard to overcome.

The front line is a concept that has been overcome by events, Harmer said.

It's about struggling to overcome restrictions on all women's aspirations.

We are confident and we believe that we will overcome and win all together.

I was overcome with a wave of confidence that I hadn't felt in a long time.

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