How to use overload in a sentence
Hackers create a feedback loop of pings and requests that overloads the target Web site.
Of course, the problem with this strategy is that it also overloads the few, compromised pipelines into and out of the country.
It jammed the remaining spools closer together, but the machine was built to compensate for overloads.Mezzerow Loves Company | Floyd L. Wallace
Perhaps his least merit consists in his composition, which he sometimes overloads with figures.The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. IV (of 6) | Luigi Antonio Lanzi
A Velasquez or a Whistler never overloads his canvas for the sake of gorgeous detail.The Feasts of Autolycus | Elizabeth Robins Pennell
He never overloads; his characters are not lay figures attired in triple folds of gorgeous robes to hide their nakedness.Tara | Philip Meadows Taylor
Lilly pays great compliments to the ladies for beauty and modesty, and overloads Elizabeth with panegyric.
British Dictionary definitions for overload
(tr) to put too large a load on or in
an excessive load
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