verb (used with or without object), o·ver·shared, o·ver·shar·ing,
to disclose too much (personal information) or too many (details) about oneself: She overshared about her new boyfriend today, and we were both embarrassed.
an instance of this: Get ready for an overshare about his health problems.
Origin of overshare
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Contemporary Examples of overshare
The Overshare Award Given to the person who told us far more than we wanted to hear this year.The 2009 Daily Beast Political Awards
Samuel P. Jacobs
December 23, 2009