Definition of overprogram
: to schedule (someone or something) too rigidly or with too many activities or tasks Instead of overprogramming the children with formal group lessons, free play must be a priority …— Lisa Wright Studies show that parents who overprogram their young children's schedules often breed rebellious teens.— Tim Elmore I intentionally refrained from overprogramming our trip.— Krissah Thompson I can run to Walmart and grab last minute school supplies at 10 p.m. It's the reality of my hectic, overprogrammed life.— Stephanie Barna
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