overmatch

(redirected from overmatched)
Also found in: Dictionary.
References in periodicals archive ?
The United States was a global superpower and Iraq was ridiculously overmatched.
None of the enormous land and air battles that finally doomed Hitler could have happened without the resources brought in by slow and vulnerable merchant ships, and the overworked and overmatched destroyers and corvettes that tried to protect them.
Whacking Feliz around the ring, Ruiz finished the job against his overmatched opponent in the seventh, winning by TKO.
I thought we played a great game, but we were just overmatched,'' said Gutierrez, who coached all of Canyons' players in the summer of 2005 before leaving to take the job at Lancaster.
His last opponent, Fernely Feliz, lasted longer than most, but was still overmatched, and lost in the seventh round by technical knockout on June 12, 1999.
No doubt the Cardinals have holes in their lineup, and guys like Preston Wilson and Juan Encarnaction and even Rolen seemed overmatched much of the time against the Mets.
And most importantly -- the senior quarterback from Oaks Christian High of Westlake Village insists -- there was the Lions' commanding 49-0 victory over talented but significantly overmatched Lompoc.
Even less surprisingly, they looked largely overmatched in the process.
Colorado, overmatched for the first two periods, started to do everything right.
PASADENA -- They were ready for a party, primed by Cinco de Mayo festivities in the parking lot and the prospect of seeing Mexico's national soccer team -- in the stretch run of its World Cup preparations -- celebrate against an overmatched Venezuela side.
She had an unremarkable freshman year at Littlerock, when she was admittedly overmatched by the competition and overwhelmed by the environment.
She played on the Lobos' varsity team as a freshman but was admittedly overmatched by the competition and overwhelmed by the environment.