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.
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Origin of overshare
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The Overshare Award Given to the person who told us far more than we wanted to hear this year.