- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overpay.
“As for the justice thing — the BSO freelancer situation stinks, and I've said so, but the leap from that to the assertion that BSO full-timers are overpaid is not good economics.”
“So the next time you're feeling down, or exhausted, or unappreciated, or at the end of your rope; the next time you turn on the TV and see yourself called "overpaid;" the next time you encounter some simple-minded, punitive policy that's been driven into your life by some corporate reformer who has literally never taught anyone anything. ...”
“Hey Bruce, Let's talk about overpaid - as in overpaid longshore workers (average pay $110,000) if you want to talk about overpaid.”
“And this means that, by making a list, we can easily see which actors are the most "overpaid" - a list that lots of people will want to print, thus advertising Forbes.”
“overpaid" -- as they aptly put it -- $14,518 in just four years of marriage.”
“The fact that conservatives want to protect the right of bank executives to defraud their shareholders of huge sums of money as payment for having just nearly destroyed the world economy, while at the same time attacking public employees, of all people, as some kind of overpaid rentiers, is totally ridiculous.”
“He was "overpaid" the same as most of our "professional" athletes are today.”
“Redstone charges that CBS chief Les Moonves "overpaid" in his acquisition of CNET”
“He tells me that Moonves, a hard-charging, universally respected television programmer, "overpaid" for CNET, a group of internet sites that CBS acquired last summer for $1.8 billion.”
“But because the market for the scorers Thomas acquired was already overvalued, his teams weren't "overpaid" relative to the industry.”
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