noun, plural o·ver·sup·plies.
verb (used with object), o·ver·sup·plied, o·ver·sup·ply·ing.
Examples from the Web for oversupply
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.
Gigantic boulders, box-like bluffs, ragged rock-spires, cliffs and plateaus of bare rock were in oversupply.The Snow-Burner|Henry Oyen
Nay, Fleur-de-Marie, we should never find fault with an oversupply of happiness.The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 1 of 6|Eugne Sue
I think that Persian walnut trees pay better than apples, and that there is no danger of an oversupply.
This condition will never be agreeable to him unless he has an oversupply of brute instincts.The Psychology of Management|L. M. Gilbreth
Canada had an oversupply of officers from the start, and the army never quite recovered from the malady.