Definitions

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  • v. To market excessively.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ market

Examples

  • I refuse to pay overmarket prices, though, for a pair that's not already available for sale.

    BSNYC Friday Cheese Plate!

  • But you bring up a good point about employed salespeople (rather than the author him/herself); they can overmarket easily, too.

    Lampreys, Megamouths and Cane Toads: Overmarketing

  • In the latter case, the buying company, having met with resistance from directors of the targeted company, usually offers an inflated (overmarket) price to persuade stockholders of the targeted company to sell their shares to it.

    merger

  • "Talk their talk and walk in their shoes, but don't overmarket, overpromise or be too in their faces electronically or anywhere else."

    eMarketer Articles

  • Salzman: Talk their talk and walk in their shoes, but don't overmarket, overpromise or be too in their faces electronically or anywhere else.

    eMarketer Articles

  • An overmarket price wastes everyone's time, as it does not result in a sale.

    Irvine Housing Blog

  • Yes, the farma’s overmarket their product duh, what a surprise.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Fannie Mae Health Care”:

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