Definition of "overbroad"
  1. Describes something that is not narrowly defined or limited to a specific topic or aim
How to use "overbroad" in a sentence
  1. The court found the law to be overbroad because it curtailed more speech than was necessary to achieve its intended purpose.
  2. The city's nuisance ordinance was deemed overbroad as it was vague and affected more people than it was initially intended to.
  3. Because of its overbroad nature, the policy was struck down, recreating the need for a more specific, focused alternative.

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