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overprice

verb over·price \ˌō-vər-ˈprīs\

: to give a price that is too high to (something) : to price (something) too high

Full Definition of OVERPRICE

transitive verb
:  to price too high

Examples of OVERPRICE

  1. The store was guilty of overpricing its goods.
  2. Everything in the store is grossly overpriced.

First Known Use of OVERPRICE

1605

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