"Right or wrong, I knew that it would be near impossible for Roe v. Wade to be overturned," she writes.
I regained consciousness to the sound of bullets ricocheting off the overturned vehicle.
Angry people tore a Russian flag down, and overturned vehicles parked outside the embassy.
At the moment, the count stands at 45 to 5, since Maine overturned its gay-marriage law.
Only two laws have been overturned, both involving broad bans on handgun possession.
I found her filled with apprehensions, and firmly believing that the present government was to be overturned.
After his survey he went behind the bar and got the revolver from under an overturned pail.
As they struggled to and fro the table was overturned and the vase dashed into a thousand fragments.
You might have taken her for some fairy of the springs who had overturned her urn on herself.
As an answer she could only shout back that a girl in an overturned punt was in far greater danger than she.
early 13c., of a wheel, "to rotate, roll over," from over- + turn (v.). Attested from c.1300 in general transitive sense "to throw over violently;" figurative meaning "to ruin, destroy" is from late 14c. Of judicial decisions, "to reverse," it is attested from 1826. Related: Overturned; overturning.