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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of aggerate.

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Examples

  • "No, this is the way to the palace," she said with ex - aggerated forbearance.

    Stalling

  • ALTAMORE UNABASHED blog in Inspiration: William Dobell said that Like Otto Dix and George Grosz, Dobell ex­aggerated his subjects to the point where it be­came caricature and it seems that's what caused him a big problem with the Archibald.

    William Dobell and Helena Rubinstein

  • ALTAMORE UNABASHED blog in Inspiration: William Dobell said that Like Otto Dix and George Grosz, Dobell ex­aggerated his subjects to the point where it be­came caricature and it seems that's what caused him a big problem with the Archibald.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • He took the picture and did a B-movie actor's job of studying it: furrowed brow, prolonged squint, finally an ex - aggerated shrug and a head shake.

    Honeymoon

  • "No, this is the way to the palace," she said with ex - aggerated forbearance.

    Kendermore

  • A tiny china doll, ethereally beautiful in makeup which ex-aggerated her aristocratic Manchu features, slid beneath our elbows as lithely as a weasel.

    Passage at Arms

  • The intelligence of this difafter was highly ex - aggerated to the Britiih troops and fettlers; thofe who had been Ihipwrecked were reprefented as ha - ving utterly periihed; aad in confequence of this lofsj L A T S W A 1U 59

    History of the war with America, France, Spain, and Holland : commencing in 1775 and ending in 1783

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