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


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  • The remaining multi-employer plan would be back in the black, free to start the negative-feedback loop of underpayments and overpromises again.

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  • I just hope no one jinxes it with any TPM-style overpromises.

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  • Because she no longer overpromises, people now take the time to outline their needs really, really carefully.

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  • What's worse is that it really overpromises for the customer.

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  • A lot of SEO companies out there overpromises, overcharges and don't deliver. Press Releases

  • As one of the commenters says: "Anyone who overpromises underdelivers."

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  • I am deeply disappointed, ShareTool overpromises and underperforms.

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  • With overpromises from tech leads, undertrained programmers, and caffeine, there was nothing we couldn't conquer.

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  • He overpromises and underdelivers -- he doesn't even tie the designers in with retailers so people can buy their stuff.



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