Examples from the Web for overbearingly
The same notes show that DeMille found Heston overbearingly serious.
She always will be overbearingly robust till the day we are bereft of her.Evan Harrington, Complete|George Meredith
His manners were overbearingly insolent, his language licentious, and his person slovenly even to a degree that was disgusting.Beaux and Belles of England|Mary Robinson
British Dictionary definitions for overbearingly
Word Origin and History for overbearingly
figurative present participle adjective from overbear (v.) in its sense "to bear down."