reverse search

Dictionary Suite
acrophobia an overwhelming fear of high places.
avalanche the sudden and overwhelming influx of anything. [1/4 definitions]
barrage an overwhelming quantity of things following one another rapidly. [1/3 definitions]
blockbuster a person or thing of great force and overwhelming power. [1/2 definitions]
blockbusting having overwhelming force or effectiveness. [1/3 definitions]
cytokine storm a severe immune reaction of the body in which cytokines, which normally help in the process of fighting infection, are released in overwhelming numbers and begin to attack healthy cells.
deep overwhelming. [1/13 definitions]
deluge an overwhelming quantity. [1/5 definitions]
desperate possessed of an overwhelming need or desire. [1/4 definitions]
devastate to upset greatly; have an overwhelming effect on. [1/2 definitions]
imposing overwhelming in size or character; demanding attention; impressive.
intimidate to discourage, deter, or inhibit, as with an overwhelming display of wealth, power, ability, or perceived superiority. [1/2 definitions]
juggernaut any large, overwhelming force, group, or object. [1/2 definitions]
massive in medicine, overwhelming or spread throughout the body. [1/3 definitions]
oceanic vast or overwhelming, as the ocean. [1/2 definitions]
panic of, concerning, or caused by sudden overwhelming fear. [2/6 definitions]
smoke out to force out of a refuge by, or as if by, overwhelming with smoke. [1/2 definitions]
steamroller to suppress or defeat by overwhelming power; crush. [1/5 definitions]
succumb to give in or give way to a fatal illness, superior force, overwhelming desire, or the like; yield.
sweeping of contest results, overwhelming; one-sided. [1/5 definitions]
terror overwhelming fear. [1/4 definitions]