However, the agency began to overstretch its finances and suffered heavy losses in the 1987 crash.
I do not overstretch the truth when I say that he liked himself first-rate.
overstretch o·ver·stretch (ō'vər-strěch')
v. o·ver·stretched, o·ver·stretch·ing, o·ver·stretch·es
To stretch one's body or muscles to the point of strain or injury.
To stretch or extend over.