Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • transitive verb To put too high a price or value on.

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  • verb To give a commodity an excessive price.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • verb price excessively high

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Zillow recently released a study that showed sellers who purchased after June 2006 are more likely to overprice their homes than those who bought before the market peak.

    Zillow Talk Isn't Comfy

  • Bankers don't want to overprice deal and loose their investor base but at the same time they don't want to underprice deals and loose their fee-paying issuer clients.

    IPO Price is a Balancing Act

  • The reality is that corporate agribusiness pockets most of the cash, and any subsidy that does trickle down to genuine family farms just enables them to stay alive to get squeezed harder by the agribusiness oligopolies that overprice their inputs and underprice their outputs.

    Ian Fletcher: The Disappointing Economics of Rick Santorum

  • Usually at a con, you can avoid having any hotel food, by going out, by ordering in, by going to the consuite .. but here, between the restaurant, the pub, the coffee bar, and the attempt to sell overprice sandwiches between very defined 'lunch' hours, they'll get you one way or another.

    Readercon Ramblings

  • The reality is that corporate agribusiness pockets most of the cash, and any subsidy that does trickle down to genuine family farms just enables them to stay alive to get squeezed harder by the agribusiness oligopolies that overprice their inputs and underprice their outputs.

    Ian Fletcher: The Disappointing Economics of Rick Santorum

  • The reality is that corporate agribusiness pockets most of the cash, and any subsidy that does trickle down to genuine family farms just enables them to stay alive to get squeezed harder by the agribusiness oligopolies that overprice their inputs and underprice their outputs.

    Ian Fletcher: The Disappointing Economics of Rick Santorum

  • I thought that when these items were in shops the overprice was due because the shops paid the creators a good one, but not.

    Sculptures Made From Tires » E-Mail

  • I thought that when these items were in shops the overprice was due because the shops paid the creators a good one, but not.

    Sculptures Made From Tires

  • The reality is that corporate agribusiness pockets most of the cash, and any subsidy that does trickle down to genuine family farms just enables them to stay alive to get squeezed harder by the agribusiness oligopolies that overprice their inputs and underprice their outputs.

    Ian Fletcher: The Disappointing Economics of Rick Santorum

  • The reality is that corporate agribusiness pockets most of the cash, and any subsidy that does trickle down to genuine family farms just enables them to stay alive to get squeezed harder by the agribusiness oligopolies that overprice their inputs and underprice their outputs.

    Ian Fletcher: The Disappointing Economics of Rick Santorum

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