Thesaurus / glutted

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In April, the price of a barrel of oil even went negative for the first time ever in a fluky moment where a glut of futures contracts chased nonexistent bidders.

This glut of SPAC listings means that some of the new shell companies will be unable to find a suitable target to acquire—or will overpay for a mediocre firm, stiffing investors in the process.

The perceived NFL quarterback crisis from the mid-2010s has been replaced by a glut.

One of the more popular theories is the glut of games has pushed people to choose between watching Sunday Night Football or the NBA Finals.

While good times can mean that Encore collects on more debt than it expected, bad times typically bring a glut of people suffering under loans they cannot repay.

Tarleton's legion pursued the fugitives to the Hanging rock, fifteen miles, and glutted themselves with blood.

Minor foreign markets were glutted, and would receive no more.

ShirleyCharlotte Bront

As far as Forbes could see north and south the roadway was glutted from curb to curb with automobiles.

The fact of the matter was the king was dangerous and Scraggs had glutted himself with revenge.

Captain ScraggsPeter B. Kyne

Has not the country rotted and the emigrant ship been glutted?

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