- overrate; overmeasure; over-valuation; overestimation
- You must not overplay his part in the negotiations.
- The union is in danger of overplaying its hand in the current dispute.
- I overestimated his abilities he's finding the job very difficult.
- I overestimated the amount of milk we'd need for the weekend.
- There is a detectable shift from an exaggerated view about the potency of so-called keynesian tools to a far-reaching agnosticism about their ability to produce in an uncertain world a sustained full employment growth without intolerable price and balance-of-payments instabilities.
- People customarily over estimate the complexity of business operation.
- Some researchers have found that students who think binge drinking is normal often overestimate how much other students really drink.
- Pet slightly overestimate extent of necrosis myocardium and can't distinguish transmural necrosis from subendocardial necrosis.
- The union is in danger of overplay its hand in the current dispute.
- Nrc had explained that the table involved various assumptions including overestimates of the risk of releases of volatile materials before repository sealing.
- It is generally assumed that lay jurors tend to overestimate the probative value of hearsay testimony particularly when the litigants are deprived of the opportunity to cross-examine a declarant who is not a witness in the proceeding.
- Oh sometimes you overestimate me.
- Innocence is a highly overrated commodity.
- Social analysts often overrate the rate of change.
- They overestimate the number of your group.