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- adv. To an excessive degree; in an exaggerated manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To an excessive or exaggerated degree.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an exaggerated manner
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Now that most Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries are pumping taxpayer billions into their respective economies, it has become exaggeratedly fashionable to look at how the Maîtres du Genre do it.
Sonata Pathetique by exaggeratedly ragging to it in what Dick immediately named The Loving
When my daughter looked confused, I upped my antics: widening not only my eyes but also my smile ... and pointing exaggeratedly at my motherly profile.
And given the exaggeratedly cruel and unjust world that In Time portrays, who could disagree?
In the past week my inbox has gotten so flooded with Valentine's day product press releases that my eyeballs hurt from exaggeratedly rolling them.
To explain in simple words what the fraud consisted of, the two were exaggeratedly overcharged and made pay 700 Euro (100.000 Yen) for a lunch.
He turned back, grinning and exaggeratedly dusting off his hands.
The characters are expressive, in both face and action, often exaggeratedly so.
Indeed, the book does follow a three-act pattern, almost exaggeratedly so, but reviewers, trained to look for obvious signals in a character's maturity (a character must mature, become wiser and saner, for an American critic to give it credence), overlook McEwan's signposts.
"In a way, you need exaggeratedly good news from a U.S. economic perspective to arrest that decline."