Examples of overprice in a Sentence
The store was guilty of overpricing its goods.
Everything in the store is grossly overpriced.
Recent Examples of overprice from the Web
Dropbox has had to battle doubters for years who felt that the storage company, last valued on the private market at $10 billion, was overpriced.
In today’s seller’s market in the Valley, homes priced up to $750,000 that linger on the market for two or three months indicate that an owner has overpriced the home or that there’s something wrong with the property, Hughes says.
Pricing correctly is essential to ensure the seller gets top dollar without turning off potential buyers by overpricing the house.
Stock investors have also decided that homebuilding companies are overpriced after a strong performance in 2017.
Medical procedures were similarly overpriced in the U.S., and American medical professionals also make significantly more money than their peers in other countries, according to the paper.
But the Chiefs’ best bet, Corry suspects, is to sit out the first wave of free agency and see who overprices themselves.
Trump in January passed up a chance to visit London and inaugurate the new U.S. Embassy, complaining on Twitter that the new diplomatic facility was overpriced and located in an unsuitable neighborhood.
The other issue was with Tribeca’s tiny puck of tuna tartare: overpriced at $16 and served on a warm plate.
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OVERPRICE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of overprice for English Language Learners
: to give a price that is too high to (something) : to price (something) too high
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