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“Gusher Awards for Achievement in Hyperbole in Book Reviewing appear on One-Minute Book Reviews on Fridays unless, as happened this week, I hit “publish” when I meant to hit “save” so that one of them is announced earlier.”
“Hyperbole is a common form of expression in religious and secular speech and communication.”
“(Hyperbole is part of the southern speech pattern.)”
“Hyperbole is a rhetorical device typical of blogs.”
“I know what Hyperbole is but these comments were violent.”
“And the Latest Gusher Award for Achievement in Hyperbole in Book Reviewing Goes to …”
“Hence the Hyperbole is a Figure of difficult manage* ment; and ought neither to be frequently ufed, nor long dwelt upon.”
“Hyperbole," murmured the counselor, turning artificial eyes with lenses of glass on his companion.”
“Hyperbole" in this sense of the word, lays down the law against impertinent decorations, in the rhetorical instruction of Pandarus to”
“Hyperbole," a friend of ours once said, "is where you go when you run out of intelligence.”
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This novel by Glen Duncan, aside from being a ripping yarn and beautifully written, is just littered with words that I had to look up and discover that often his use of the word not only fitted per...
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