Definition of "overinclusive"
  1. Describes a situation where an extraordinarily high amount of information or individuals are incorporated, more than what might be appropriate or needed
How to use "overinclusive" in a sentence
  1. The legislation was criticized for being overinclusive, as it subjected even minor offenses to severe penalties.
  2. The criteria used for the program was overinclusive, making it difficult to identify the target population accurately.
  3. The broad language used in the bylaws made it overinclusive, covering events and scenarios that may never occur.

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