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Synonyms for overturn

Synonyms for overturn

to turn or cause to turn from a vertical or horizontal position

to bring about the downfall of

Synonyms for overturn

the act of upsetting something

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an improbable and unexpected victory


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cause to overturn from an upright or normal position

rule against

cause the downfall of

change radically

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Three Republicans voted against the veto overturn measure: Bob Dold of Illinois, Richard Hanna of Virginia, and John Katko of New York.
The hugely popular and versatile Overturn is unbeaten in three outings over fences but has played second fiddle in the Arkle betting to Simonsig, who has won both chase starts and is a best-priced 8-11 favourite, with Overturn generally 11-4.
Overturn could not have been more impressive in his two starts over fences at Sandown and Doncaster this season and is the general second favourite for the Arkle at Cheltenham.
Overturn gave way in the straight and there was little between Binocular and Rock On Ruby jumping the final flight but Binocular knuckled down well when it mattered to edge the argument by a neck.
Three trade associations--the American Bankers Association, the Financial Services Roundtable, and the Consumer Bankers Association--sued to overturn a part of the law that requires banks to give consumers the option to stop the sale of their information to an affiliate that is not in the same line of business.
In 1964, Wallace predicted the American people would rise up against the "tyranny" of the courts and overturn civil fights.
For 60 years, the Supreme Court did not overturn a single law on the grounds that Congress had exceeded its Commerce Clause authority.
to overturn these decisions, thereby ensuring consistent treatment of all taxpayers for prior and subsequent taxation years, the Department of Finance has issued significant retroactive legislative changes in the guise of clarification.
The ruling, which a panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals refused to overturn, caused Wisconsin's National Organization for Women to declare, "Wisconsin overturns Roe v.
The essayists tend to investigate Shakespeare's texts for the historically based means by which a dominant order seeks to entrench itself or a subversive element attempts to overturn that order.
Congress, fearing defendants such as Charles Keating and Michael Milken might benefit, began immediate action to overturn the ruling.
These formations do not on their own prove that a Cameroon-style overturn occurred in the lake, but such evidence will help scientists identify other possible sites of previous lake overturn.
THREE out of three over fences, 29 lengths back to the runner-up and looking afterwards as though he hadn't a care in the world - Overturn yesterday transformed his final dress rehearsal for the Racing Post Arkle Chase into an utter rout.