01. The boss [overlooks] Brian's lateness because he gets so much done while he's actually here.
02. Our cottage [overlooks] a beautiful little lake where we can swim in the summer.
03. She [overlooks] his faults, and loves him for his good points.
04. The Simpsons live in a huge house [overlooking] the ocean.
05. Many of our guest rooms [overlook] our garden where we grow much of the food served in our dining room.
06. In his attempts to get ahead in his job, he [overlooked] the stress it put on his family.
07. Don't [overlook] the fact that if you accept a higher position, you may have more pay, but you will also have to put in a lot more hours.
08. He's an experienced player, and I know he's great, but we simply can't afford to [overlook] his knee problems.
09. William James once said that the art of being wise is the art of knowing what to [overlook].
10. A Turkish proverb notes that God postpones; he does not [overlook].
11. Joe Martin once noted that the most [overlooked] advantage to owning a computer is that if they foul up, there's no law against whacking them around a little.
12. Frank Hubbard once joked that some people are so sensitive that they feel snubbed if an epidemic [overlooks] them.
13. Studies show that lovers tend to [overlook] the current problems in their relationship, and usually make overly optimistic predictions about how long it will last.
14. Although it seems very obvious today that culture exerts a strong influence on your thoughts and actions, this notion was largely [overlooked] in mainstream psychology for many years.
15. Steve Wright once joked, "If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously [overlooked] something."

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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