Definition of 'overprice'
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If a house is overpriced it may not sell. Times, Sunday Times (2014)August has passed and places that just a fortnight previously were overpriced and overcrowded are now blissfully deserted. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The activities are wildly overpriced, in particular diving. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Railways are paralysed, overcrowded and overpriced through epic incompetence. The Sun (2008)I know the food in some of the top restaurants can seem a little overpriced. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Given that houses are already overpriced that is depressing news for young people who are struggling to get a first foot on the housing ladder. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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