The government is concerned easy credit may lead to too many mills coming on line, resulting in a glut of supply and a crash in prices that may then lead to crushing defaults, further driving up bad loans at the nation's banks.
he planned a treacherous murder to glut his desire for revenge
Then glut thy sorrow on a morning rose, / Or on the rainbow of the salt sand-wave, / Or on the wealth of globed peonies hold the simplest remedy for overcoming an attack of the blues.
there is a glut of cars on the market
Comics crashed in 1993, with a glut of titles and excessive print runs.
With growth in grape production outpacing wine sales, farmers now face a glut of grapes, particularly red varieties, according to analysts.
Poker is one of the fastest growing areas of online gambling across the globe, piggybacking on the expanding popularity of the game that has followed a glut of new TV shows around the world.
The deals have become a staple across supermarkets, which regularly put the deals on display after receiving a glut of seasonal supplies, or after reducing costs from their suppliers.
And it's true that a glut of trucks and SUVs, as well as the growing popularity of smoother-riding crossover SUVs, are also taking a toll on sales.
But, however much a book is heralded as a brilliant work by an acclaimed author, there is not much joy in reading it when the main character is a glut of negative emotions.