“I think there is overreaction now,” said Earl Ofari Hutchinson, president of the Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable.
Maybe my Twitter time-out is an overreaction to the kind of mindless garbage that many folks have learned to tune out.
Christopher Dickey says the danger comes not from the loners inspired by leaders like Awlaki but from our own overreaction.
The danger of a potential Republican overreach or overreaction was clearly on the minds of people in both parties Wednesday.
Now the question is: Has the Big Grounding across the continent been an overreaction?
Indeed, public condemnation and overreaction by state authorities may serve only to make the Ebola outbreak worse.
Gates was overheated because of his race-sensitivity, as the cop might have been overzealous because of Gates' overreaction.
At events they do attend, parents must remain ever vigilant for possible overstimulation and overreaction.
overreaction is still a concern that worries public-health experts.
To me, being a Jew carries a low-grade paranoia that is both an overreaction and entirely justified, based on history.
overreact o·ver·re·act (ō'vər-rē-ākt')
v. o·ver·re·act·ed, o·ver·re·act·ing, o·ver·re·acts
To react with unnecessary or inappropriate force, emotional display, or violence.