From over- + supply.
oversupply (third-person singular simple present oversupplies, present participle oversupplying, simple past and past participle oversupplied)
- To supply more than is needed.
oversupply (countable and uncountable, plural oversupplies)
- An excessive supply. [from 19th c.]
- 2012, Jurek Martin, ‘A Singular President’, Literary Review, 401:
- He does not like twisting arms, LBJ's forte, preferring the force of reason, a commodity not in over-supply in the nation's capital.