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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overprice.

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Examples

  • It should not be trying to figure out ways to reduce mortgage rates to make payments on an overprices house afforable.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Costliest Bailout

  • To be fair, CUP is not the only press that overprices its books.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • I coul reinvent the small puppies without eyes, and sell them to an enourmuos overprices.

    A Turnover in Virginia - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Since telephone calls are overprices bits & bytes this telco dinosaurs is about to die. like photos on celluloid (Polaroid) like news on paper (The Economist)

    AT&T Continues Its Attack Against Google Voice With A Second Letter To The FCC

  • I think Fenders are okay but overpriced, and Bentley overprices them even more.

    fengh Diary Entry

  • This is in part traceable to the overvalued dollar that overprices American services in foreign markets.

    Can the US Compete?

  • LOS ANGELES Hollywood Reporter - "Avatar" and standardization of the technology represented "tipping points" for the acceptance of 3D movies, but Hollywood risks killing the golden goose if it overprices tickets and overly saturates the market, according to a study released to The Hollywood Reporter.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • While things are bad now, I've noticed that blue collar families that had jobs during the boom, but couldn't afford to get into one of the overprices houses are now snatching up foreclosures, fixing them up and living the dream.

    current.com top stories

  • Thankfully, I never bought category 1-3 tickets as I felt they were overprices, but it concerns me that those who supported FIFA first will be punished, while those who were last will be rewarded with good seating.

    News24 Top Stories

  • Americans must be able to purchase yuan with dollars; however, an artificially strong dollar that overprices U.S. tractors and software in China will unravel the benefits of trade by denying Americans opportunities to export to pay for those televisions

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

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