oversell


oversell

verb (used with object), o·ver·sold, o·ver·sell·ing.

  1. to sell more of (a stock, product, etc.) than can be delivered.
  2. to sell aggressively, as by using high-pressure merchandising techniques.
  3. to emphasize the good points of excessively and to a self-defeating extent: She so oversold the picnic that I became convinced I’d have a better time at the movies.

verb (used without object), o·ver·sold, o·ver·sell·ing.

  1. to sell something aggressively.
  2. to make extreme claims for something or someone.

verb -sells, -selling or -sold

  1. (tr) to sell more of (a commodity) than can be supplied
  2. to use excessively aggressive methods in selling (commodities)
  3. (tr) to exaggerate the merits of

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