perform better or achieve a greater degree of success than expected
His daughter always overachieves
How To Use overachieve In A Sentence
- After all, there must be a unifying thread linking all these tales of overachievement. Times, Sunday Times
- His daughter always overachieves
- The 21-year-old from Oxford had not expected to make the final and his seventh place was a rare example of British overachievement in the pool this week.
- That victory made the Patriots a nice story as the underdogs that overachieved and miraculously had their dreams come true.
- He's been called, variously, a showboat, a stud, a lazybones, a workhorse, a whiner, a powerhouse, an overachiever, an underachiever, you name it.
- In my mind, Van Gundy has overachieved since day one.
- She plays Tracy Flick, an extreme overachiever who has set her prissy little heart on becoming president of the school council.
- However, at home, vacations, my office at lunch - I love seeing a nicely sculpted male on the cover, and I do prefer a little more semi-naked ... my imagination is an overachiever only does fabulously well with just a little hint. Angels' Blood Countdown: Lora Leigh - Nauti Intentions ARC
- But in tomorrow's report, the story of ethnicity is a complicated one – in which poor black boys underachieve, as do those from Irish Traveller families, but poor Chinese girls overachieve; Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities see different outcomes to Indian ones; and there is a growing group of mixed race children who in themselves have complex outcomes. Britain's divided schools: a disturbing portrait of inequality
- He says he's worried his sexuality has let her down, and his overachievement is a compensation for it. James Frey: Turkeys, Traditions and Families On The Fabulous Beekman Boys Farm