Definition of Overvaluation. Meaning of Overvaluation. Synonyms of Overvaluation

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Definition of Overvaluation

Overvaluation
Overvaluation O"ver*val`u*a"tion, n. Excessive valuation; overestimate.

Meaning of Overvaluation from wikipedia

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