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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to overcharge:   (164 results)

Antonyms:
undercharge

Often used in the same context:
undercharge, defrauded, underpay, bilk, overprice, misclassify, overpayment, underprice, gouging, mislead, misreport, kickbacks, dishonest, inflate, reimburse, fleecing, profiteering, price gouging, underbid, shortchange, overpaying, surcharges, stiffed, overpaid, refund, exorbitant, scammed, deceived, pay, markups, negligently, misappropriate, scamming, unfair, collude, vexatiously, fraudulently, negligence, embezzle, improperly, swindled, subsidize, overdrew, misspend, falsify, duped, connive, unscrupulous, cheated, charging, deceptive, penalize, dunned, mislabel, unreasonably, overbook, extortionate, undersell, ripoff, bribing, overpriced, falsely, misstate, rebated, overbuy, misdiagnose, anticompetitive, sue, unlicensed, owed, miscalculated, unallowable, misclassification, abusing, monopolize, overspend, knowingly, estop, wholesalers, carters, fix, monopolistic, wrongfully, misinform, unbid, defective, debiting, misused, conned, undercount, invoices, hoodwink, nondelivery, bogus, middlemen, libeled, undervalue, greedy, usurious, untruthfully, wrongly, remitting, arrears, intermission, bulk, rainfalls, saving, burden, depreciation, exportation, importation, indebtedness, loss, premium, rent, rental, royalties, shortfall, snowfall, deficit, discount, dividends, adverse, oscillatory, anabolic, anodic, bias, biased, compensable, contingent, degradative, extrapolated, inadmissible, irradiation, lnitial, load, nonadiabatic, oxidising, shortening, supportable, unreasonable, absorption

More specific:
extort, extortion, gouge, rack, wring

More general:
beat, bill, charge, cheat, load, rip off, sell short

Synonyms:
fleece, gazump, hook, overload, pluck, plume, rob, soak, surcharge

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— Adjectives for overcharge: considerable, such, excessive, alleged, slight, average, gross, like, continuous, emotional, occasional, more...

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