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An oversupply of CBD is further accelerating the development of these drugs by providing a cheap starting material to hemp companies, which can turn CBD into a wide variety of intoxicating compounds like Delta-8-THC or Delta-10-THC.

Despite an oversupply of vaccine doses, only about 49 percent of the country is fully vaccinated overall—and many states and areas have lower vaccination coverage still.

They have really dealt with their supply problem — because they had a huge oversupply, which was causing a glut in the market and driving down prices.

From Vox

Coupled with the pandemic-related boost in sales, this helped alleviate market pressure caused by oversupply of wine and reduced consumer demand.

The rebound was so fast that new and used vehicles skipped right from oversupply to shortage—which is driving up prices.

From Fortune

Last week, I talked about the oversupply of lawyers, and other graduate students.

The oversupply of graduate students in the humanities is much, much worse than the oversupply of lawyers.

The oversupply of ethanol can be seen by looking at the parade of ethanol producers heading to bankruptcy court.

In the end, there is a shortage of caution, an oversupply of food, and a mess that will take years to clean up.

That court decision has been a blessing and, perhaps, a curse—contributing to an oversupply of talent.

Just on a p. 140 hunch, I'll always want a considerable oversupply.

The making of cheese was known in ancient times, it having probably originated through a desire to utilize an oversupply of milk.

Nature IS an efficiency expert and doesn't give you an oversupply of anything without demanding that you use it.

I was interested in Tusser's "Christmas husbandly fare," notwithstanding some suggestion of gluttony in it and of oversupply.

Gigantic boulders, box-like bluffs, ragged rock-spires, cliffs and plateaus of bare rock were in oversupply.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to oversupply, such as: glut, balance, excess, fat, overage, and overflow.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.