verb (used with object), o·ver·paid, o·ver·pay·ing.
Origin of overpay
Examples from the Web for overpay
Contemporary Examples of overpay
Yes, education is an investment in yourself, but there's no reason to overpay for the asset.Ask the Blogger: Borrow Money, or Self-Finance School?
October 29, 2012
He should have been fired already for his decision in 2008 to overpay for both Countrywide Financial and Merrill.Wall Street's New Bonus Outrage
William D. Cohan
March 5, 2009
It is not such a triumph to overpay by $3 billion on a $5 billion deal.The Rupert I Know
December 17, 2008
Historical Examples of overpay
"You overpay me a thousand times for everything, Mrs. Maxwell," said the actor.The Story of a Play
W. D. Howells
She must be the reward of his services; nor can he do services so great that such a reward will not overpay them.The Bravo of Venice
He binds Himself to repay and overpay all sacrifice in His service.The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon
To supererogate is to overpay, or to do more than duty requires.Write It Right
See to it that thy accounting is correct, and overpay no man!Rung Ho!