- v overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself
- v supply with an excess of
- s exceeding demand
a glutted market
- But in an era glutted with satire--The Colbert Report, the Onion, JibJab--there is still a special power to an old-fashioned SNL impersonation.
- But DVD has become a kind of fetish object for the industry, promising new avenues of profit growth in a market glutted with product.
- He predicts that there will be a great boomer sell-off in about 15 years and that the market will be glutted.
- Dean Baker in Fort Worth Star Telegram
I'd be very surprised if we don't go below the lows we hit this year,said Dean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, a left-leaning Washington think tank. "We still have a very glutted housing market."
- Winston Churchill in The National
In the 'old days,' people weren't glutted with entertainment options in their homes. Going to the movies was a spectacularly impressive occasion. Movie houses were palaces and movies were silver nitrates. It was where you courted. You sat in the... Jeanine Basinger http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeanine_Basinger&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNECxHjTCOm_ng_krKQZA-AFOksqLw Hartford Courant http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.courant.com/features/lifestyle/hc-prime0131.artjan31,0,3874952.story&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEjHN6yLBEs3NS2xwWs30DRT44PGw Jan 30, 2008
42514 58329 glutted The furious mob ...... glutted with spoil, began to cry for blood," wrote Col Churchill. "Men and boys of all ages were forced to apostatise and were then circumcised on the spot ...... women were raped or hurried away to distant parts of...