(redirected from overcommitting)
Also found in: Dictionary.
See: overextend
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Are we seduced into overspending, overcommitting when our deepest desire is to live a simpler life?
He said the UW linebackers were guilty of overcommitting at times, allowing him to catch them off-guard with quick cutbacks.
One of the reasons for early burnout from volunteering is overcommitting time.
Just be careful about overcommitting federal dollars.
Attacking Arsenal could be thought about as wise as giving El Hadji Diouf something for a chesty cough, but this formation allowed us to go at them without overcommitting.
These physicians--many of them newly married--are overcommitting themselves at work, risking professional burnout, and straining their relationships.
Avoid getting involved with something risky, as you could end up overcommitting yourself more to please another than because it's right.
The Juggaknots have an extraordinary command of composition-the songs course through complex refrains and bridges without overcommitting to the scratch or the need to shout out every friend and family member.
"If this is the case make sure you choose a builder who is not overcommitting himself by taking on too many jobs and can dedicate the time and effort to get you back into your home."
Instead of creating a storybook holiday for our families, we may find ourselves overcommitting money, time and energy.
He said: ``The risks of a correction have not gone away and borrowers should remain wary of overcommitting themselves.''
He quoted Chief of Defence Staff Admiral Sir Michael Boyce who warned about overcommitting troops, saying they could be fighters or nation-builders but that it would difficult to reconcile both roles.