transitive verbo·ver·as·sessed, o·ver·as·sess·ing, o·ver·as·sess·es
- To assess (a property) as being worth more than its actual value, leading to the imposition of an overly high tax based on the valuation.
- To collect a tax higher than that justified by law from (someone).
(third-person singular simple present overassesses, present participle overassessing, simple past and past participle overassessed)
over- +"Ž assess