verb (used with object), o·ver·val·ued, o·ver·val·u·ing.
Origin of overvalue
Related Words for overvalueoverrate, misread, misinterpret, err, undervalue, misjudge, underestimate, misunderstand, misconstrue, overvalue, overestimate, overplay, exaggerate, overstate, overreach, overuse, magnify, oversell, blow, miscount
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Historical Examples of overvalue
And as a fiction of science, it would be difficult to overvalue this invention.Aids to Reflection
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
I may overvalue your aid, but not the affection from which it comes.
To this end, overvalue not any private or singular opinions of your own or others.A Christian Directory (Part 4 of 4)
It stakes us happy to overvalue each other; let us keep that illusion.Master Olof
We overvalue intellectual as compared with moral and emotional gifts.Atlantic Classics, Second Series
Henry C. Merwin