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- n. Someone who exaggerates.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who exaggerates; one addicted to exaggeration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who exaggerates.
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It's hard to remember how much antipathy there was toward Clinton by 2000, even from liberals (mostly because we're so desperate for someone like him now), but the lying extended to the smearing of Al Gore, who was painted as an "exaggerator" by Bush and the right-leaning media (which, in itself, was a lie).
But mania is a great exaggerator, so the teeniest, tiniest flux in my blood felt seismic.
In his closing statement, Mr. Barzee, Zvi Goffer's lawyer, said his client was a "habitual exaggerator" in order to inflate his image and that traders often lie to each other.
In order to challenge the impact of the wiretap evidence, William Barzee , a lawyer for Zvi Goffer, said in his closing argument that his client was a "habitual exaggerator" in order to inflate his image and that traders often lie to each other.
In most cases, the purported vet is an exaggerator or an outright fake.
The writer of the song obviously doesn't know much about Africa or was just an extreme exaggerator.
OMG, you just taught me the coolest thing, okay I'm a compulsive exaggerator, but thanks fr the tip
First, Al Gore was painted as a wimpy, serial exaggerator who lacked leadership.
For months I have been angry with Gruber because I thought he was simply an exaggerator whose dangerous love of the spotlight was hurting the efforts of progressives to make sure the Senate bill adopted more progressive cost control solutions.
I say let's wait until we have something more concrete than the ramblings of a known exaggerator. alexgk