[ verb oh-ver-stok; noun oh-ver-stok ]SEE DEFINITION OF overstocked
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Many were mere boys, some not overstocked with intelligence.

They are overstocked and it's up to us to reduce the surplus.

Englishmen are getting too fond of stopping at home where the labour markets are overstocked.

So overstocked is the labour-market that the employer can name his own terms.

The market being often overstocked, this part of the trade is precarious.

I'm overstocked now; haven't got room for another tin of sardines in the shop.

The educational market is overstocked with teachers of languages.

No one but a fool would make a venture when the market is overstocked with goods.

We were near enough to the Borders, however, to be overstocked with gypsies.

He had overstocked the market, with a big surplus left on his hands.