Examples of overprice in a Sentence
The store was guilty of overpricing its goods.
Everything in the store is grossly overpriced.
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A week later, Icahn, who owns a 13.5 percent stake, blasted the deal as overpriced.
The National Association of Realtors states that 10 showings and no offers, or two weeks without a showing, means the house is overpriced.
Is there enough overpriced moisturizer in your master bath to lube a Chevy pickup?
Still, a house can be overpriced, and today's savvy house hunters can smell an overpriced house a mile away.
The industry viewed the TV operation — with an asking price reportedly as high as $900 million — as grossly overpriced.
Analysts criticized the deal as being overpriced, and HPE eventually took an $8.8 billion writedown in 2012.
Yet some experts make a case that stocks are not overpriced by important measures and will continue to rise.
Opponents to the ramp project, including several communities along the lake, say the ramp is overpriced at several million dollars, would destroy a forest and could be done elsewhere on the lake.
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