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  • v. Present participle of oversaturate.


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  • "That number is steadily going up, and it's difficult for us to get the word out without oversaturating consumers."

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  • Love the guy but he's gona be in two films that I'm looking forward to next year T4 and this. .can't help but think that he is oversaturating the market. noeway1122

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  • "If we're oversaturating, I don't know if that's a bad thing, as long as we're not scaring people away from being properly insured."

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  • She said clinical laboratory students entering the local market with bachelor and master's degrees aren't oversaturating the local work force.

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  • Slowly raising them keeps the supply from becoming oversaturating.

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  • He is oversaturating himself and in my opinion, he hasn't been funny since his role as the doctor in

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  • The agreement negotiated by Christopher O. Ward, the authority's executive director, seeks to avoid oversaturating the market by providing for the construction of towers in phases.

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  • The group quickly found that it was oversaturating Fort Worth's indie market.


  • In actuality, these end up oversaturating and overexposing the image.

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  • "My Soul," with vocals by French disco artist Nancy Fortune, is marred by a murky mix and synth tones that often bunch up and distort, as though their levels were oversaturating the cassette tape he used to record the song.

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