Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person who is successful or dominant in their field.
- Ventura was also a genuine underdog with an outsider's passion for political reform, while Arnold is the ultimate overdog.
- We could build on this forgiving little ceremony with something that panders not just to Utah but overdogs everywhere: The March of Defeated Nations.
- The next is Apple's perpetual role as scrappy underdog - reporters love cheerleading for the underdog without ever pausing to explore why it isn't the overdog.
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