Examples of oversell in a Sentence
Hotels routinely oversell their rooms, expecting a small percentage of no-shows.
Don't oversell yourself in the job interview.
The salesman oversold the features on the new model.
Recent Examples of oversell from the Web
Republican Jeff Miller, who has said Hogsett oversold the deficit reduction in his first two budgets, expressed lingering discomfort with the 2018 budget.
Like their human counterparts, robos may have a tendency to oversell their investing prowess.
But Pelosi would do well to have modest expectations of Trump, and not to oversell any handshake agreements with him.
Ultimately, the data show Pruitt is overselling the reductions.
The promoter oversold the event by 500 tickets, for about 1,000 total.
Perhaps overselling was even reasonable a few years ago when airlines were losing billions.
The Max series is oversold through 2020, and capacity is finite for the model favored by budget carriers, Slattery said in an interview.
Now the bid by airlines to mollify an outraged flying public has culminated with promised, eye-popping payments for your seat when a flight is oversold—up to $10,000 at United Continental Holdings Inc. and Delta Air Lines Inc.
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