transitive + intransitive
: to schedule (someone or something) with too many events or activities
- We overschedule our days and complain constantly about being too busy …
- —Will Schwalbe
- If you cringe at each ding of your … calendar, you might be overscheduling yourself …
- —Natasha Koifman
- The dentist should be reasonably prompt in keeping appointments. If he or she chronically overschedules, or otherwise fails to see patients on time, it may signify a less than satisfactory commitment to patient welfare.
- —Jack Klatell et al.
- Many kids are overscheduled and simply need more time to relax.
- —Tammy Darling