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  1. A destructive capacity that exceeds that needed to destroy an enemy; especially with nuclear weapons.
  2. An unnecessary excess of whatever is needed to achieve a goal.
    24 hours of TV coverage of the US election verged on overkill.
    Should I give you yet more homework, or would that be overkill?
  3. An unnecessary excess of disposal because of too high criteria of inspection.

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