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Use "overshooting" in a sentence
"That's what we call the overshooting top of the big tall part of the thunderstorm -- so very near where that tornado was."
"Believing that their currencies have now fallen beyond their natural levels -- an economic phenomenon called overshooting -- central banks are stepping in to support their currencies, provide cash to desperate financial institutions, and, they hope, damp the economic fallout from the plunge."
"It remains to be seen whether there is economic value to the idea of overshooting"