overextended in English

verb
1
make too long.
at nine minutes plus the song is somewhat overextended
2
impose on (someone) an excessive burden of work or commitments.
he should not overextend himself on the mortgage
verb

Use "overextended" in a sentence

Below are sample sentences containing the word "overextended" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "overextended", or refer to the context using the word "overextended" in the English Dictionary.

1. Jackson's company became overextended financially.

2. Many company managers are severely overextended.

3. Economists worry that consumers are overextended and could start back.

4. 1 I think our credit has been overextended to diversify.

5. He overextended himself when he accepted the additional assignment.

6. I think our credit has been overextended to diversify.

7. 26 He overextended himself when he accepted the additional assignment.

8. They found themselves overextended when they borrowed the money for the new house.

9. The overworked, overextended parent may be seen as unloving, but may simply be exhausted.

10. 1 The overworked, overextended parent may be seen as unloving, but may simply be exhausted.

11. Jackson's company became overextended financially, having invested in steamships and collieries as well as docks and railways.

12. A recession in 1966 exposed the company's overextended credit and turned Alfried's cherished mining and steel companies into loss-leaders.

13. Now, after a great run as CEO, Howard stepped down in 2000, and Starbucks quickly overextended itself and stock prices fell.

14. One of the first clear signs of trouble came on February 20, 1893, twelve days before the inauguration of U.S. President Grover Cleveland, with the appointment of receivers for the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, which had greatly overextended itself.

15. When applied to prose, Belabored applies to a type of writing style characterized by long sentences and inappropriately erudite or archaic vocabulary: [“The Turn of the Screw” by Henry James] may have created and sustained tension and horror when it was written, but now it is mostly Belabored, overextended prose.