Definition of overshare in English:

overshare

Syllabification: o·ver·share
Pronunciation: /ˈōvərˌSHer
 
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verb

[no object] (often as noun oversharing)
Reveal an inappropriate amount of detail about one’s personal life: her taste for oversharing was part of a grassroots publicity campaign that cost her and her label nothing
More example sentences
  • The letters are by turns hilarious and tragic, highly inappropriate and oversharing.
  • And that lowered expectation of privacy is not just a function of the information oversharing common on social networking sites.
  • Most obviously, it leads to a great deal of oversharing: all of those photographs that seemed like a fun idea at the time are only the beginning of it.

Derivatives

oversharer

noun
More example sentences
  • "I think that crossing the chasm from the early adopter segment of oversharers, over to the more reticent mainstream, is not something that will happen right away," he says.
  • Facebook and Twitter are both sites for oversharers.
  • I must be a massive oversharer!

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