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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hyperbolize.


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  • Where you raised in the "Chinese" style of parenting that Chua hyperbolizes?

    Christine Carter, PhD: Chinese Mothers Controversy: Why Amy Chua Is Wrong About Parenting

  • This is a lighthearted fun tale enhanced by some legal thriller and police procedural moments, but mostly hyperbolizes the amateur sleuth sub-genre.

    A Deadly Habit-Andrea Sisco « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • "There's not a grocery store anywhere in Texas now that doesn't have one," hyperbolizes Doug Harrison, president of the Scooter Store, the nation's largest scooter retailer.

    It's the New Walking

  • The paragraph above hyperbolizes the sentiments of a large percentage of Celtics fans who seem to think the Perkins trade was a disaster. Top Stories

  • More illustrative, that the constant changes significantly over a few years because the observations are different is not in the least characteristic of a "strong" science, let alone "… the most exacting and solid physics available to humanity .." as Timothy Chase hyperbolizes in an otherwise decent post (232).


  • The people who hired her during that time "saved my life," Gajda hyperbolizes. Featured Content

  • Fat, Oliver hyperbolizes, is "a bloody emergency" and will turn into a "horror show." Headlines

  • "Ironically, White himself bolsters that point: When he huffs in his review that"'Precious' hyperbolizes the class misery of our nation's left-behinds ... the Obama-era unreachables, "he's at least acknowledging those unreachables and their plight.



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