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overshare

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over- +‎ share

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overshare (third-person singular simple present overshares, present participle oversharing, simple past and past participle overshared)

  1. To offer inappropriate disclosure concerning one's personal life to others.
    • 2007, Carol Culver, Manderley Prep, page 25:
      "I've been told by certain people that I have a tendency to overshare with strangers. I hope I haven't bored you with the details of my life.

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