from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. To promote excessively.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

over- +‎ promote


  • Managers also tend to overgrade jobs and overpromote.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Federal Workforce and Our Economic Future

  • In announcing the Lipitor-Crestor Bitter Pill award, PAL stated, "The enormous potential market for these drugs, which patients take (and pay for) for years, has caused our award winners to significantly overpromote their drugs."

    Spotlight Focused On Pfizer's Lipitor Follies

  • ESPN often shows a lackluster interest in sports it or ABC do not have a stake in (Olympics, NASCAR, etc), but they overpromote the events (and non-events) they do have (NFL Draft, poker, darts, etc).

    The agony of the defeat of ABC Sports |

  • One reservation - let's don't overpromote the place and creat a landslide.

    �Bienvenidos! Welcome!

  • In the face of formidable resistance, these alternative technologies tended to overpromote their cause.

    Chapter 4

  • Their stories often overpromote claims, he writes, exaggerate benefits, harm public health

  • Don't try to overpromote yourself in the first phone call or meeting. -- Top News

  • They build university facilities, dictate university courses, overpromote the professors who kiss ass, and they bully the shit out of heretics.

    Absolute Friends

  • I SAY AGAIN, how much does the “mining” overpromote bristlecones IN THE FINAL HS, versus a SIMPLE AVERAGE or versus “non-mining PCA”. lack of geographic weighting is a DIFFERENT ISSUE…and I damn well won’t let you confound warts.

    Some Principal Components Illustrations « Climate Audit


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.