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- adj. Marked by exaggeration.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Tending to exaggerate; involving exaggeration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tending to or characterized by exaggeration; exaggerating.
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He can be called exaggerative; but mere exaggeration conveys nothing of his typical talent.
Technically their advertising 'a whizz-bang fun presentation full of explosive fun' was a little exaggerative, as there where no bangs or explosions - but it was entertaining nonetheless.
The tragic and sad thing, Frank, is that it's an apt - a supremely fitting - analogy and description, not exaggerative in the least. phil
Robinson was able to garner national attention due to his bombastic and exaggerative rhetoric.
But you have to agree with me that Malaysians are too exaggerative when it comes to shopping malls.
And I hope there's no hard feelings about you book cover: I was obviously being exaggerative; and I don't think it speaks at all to the book's content. well not that much at least!
The two, to the dim eye of Idle, far below, look in the exaggerative mist, like a pair of friendly giants, mounting the steps of some invisible castle together.
This suggests we're dealing with exaggerative caricatures.
These financial estimates are given without any explanation of what is taken into consideration–making them seem exaggerative and unconvincing.
A lot of times when you are exuberant, you tend to be a little exaggerative.