[ verb oh-ver-stok; noun oh-ver-stok ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-stocked
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The country, as Roosevelt had pointed out in July, was over-stocked.

"I suppose the truth is that we're over-stocked and too well fed to swarm," said Melissa.

Yet the labour market is as over-stocked, and unemployment and poverty are as great, as ever.

Suddenly it becomes manifest that the market is over-stocked with goods.

John reported her over-stocked, of course; nobody could have done different.

Mere clerks, who can write and add up figures, are of no use; the colony is over-stocked with them.

That country was gettin' over-stocked, with a high protective tariff agin caon b'ars.

Here are good shops where everything is cheap, for during the great gold-rush Nome was over-stocked.

In consequence of the English treaty, their oils flowed in, and over-stocked the market.