overprice overprice  /ˌoʊ vər ˈpraɪs/


  • (v) price excessively high


  1. Many artists overprice their work to impress customers, and the trick often works.
  2. His point, although garbled, is that pen manufacturers must be careful not to overprice or their products won't sell.
  3. A Guggenheim Fellowship and many exhibition prizes have come to Artist Ganso, but watchful Dealer Weyhe is careful not to overprice his work.



  1. "It's something we have to concern ourselves with in the future," Selig said. "We should be very careful not to overprice ourselves."
    on Oct 20, 2008 By: Bud Selig Source: AFP

  2. State radio quoted Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Gideon Gono as saying that electronic transfers had been suspended because they were "being used for illicit foreign exchange deals," and by businesses "to overprice their goods and...
    on Oct 3, 2008 By: Gideon Gono Source: Independent Online

  3. "The disclosure by a respected news agency (Reuters) that the Philippines paid 45 percent more for its rice importations from Vietnam deserves looking into. This is not just a question of overprice, which could mean another example of gargantuan...
    on Jul 6, 2009 By: Loren Legarda Source: Business Mirror

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