Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Harassed or fatigued to an extreme degree.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overspend.
“If the MoD system cost £7. 15Bn, and is £180M overspent, that is an overspend of 2.5%.”
“Unfortunately, her naive notion that the nation simply "overspent" opens her points to criticism of being simply surface-level.”
“Ms. POLTERA: I'm not really excited about him as a candidate; he's kind of overspent in Washington.”
“The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria agrees that the Ukrainian government has in the past "overspent" on AIDS drugs.”
“They believe people of color overspent which is why they lost their homes and that immigrants are stealing all the jobs, said Tyner.”
“This despite the raw mathematical fact that between Fiscal 2009 and Fiscal 2010 we're going to spend $3.1 trillion more than the government takes in, which incidentally is about $2.7 trillion more than was being "overspent" before the collapse.”
“Yoo goes on to say he thinks Bush and his fellow Republicans "overspent" and expanded government too much, which sent budget deficits soaring.”
“Our nation will be prosperous again, just hope everyone who overspent, bought too big a house with too little money, and the banks that lent the money have learned their lesson! ric”
“La Cure Gourmande www.la-cure-gourmande.fr looks like what might happen if Willy Wonka and Mary Poppins collaborated on a cookie and candy shop; the hostesses are a little too pushy with the samples, but the tactic works—you'll leave having overspent vastly on bonbons.”
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