Oversell definitions

ō'vər-sĕl'
To contract to sell more of (a stock or commodity) than can be delivered.
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To be too eager or insistent in attempting to sell something to.
verb
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To present with excessive or unwarranted enthusiasm; overpraise.
verb
24
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To sell more than can be supplied.
verb
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To promote, try to persuade, etc. to such an extreme degree as to defeat one's purposes.
verb
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To agree to sell more of something than one can supply.
verb
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To be too eager in attempting to sell something.
verb
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To praise something to excess.
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Origin of oversell

From over- +"Ž sell.