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  • noun Alternative spelling of overdramatization.


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  • It's not really all small stuff, as Carlson himself acknowledged, but overdramatisation is usually a major component of worry and anxiety.

    The 10 best self-help gurus 2011

  • O'Hanlon says the Iraq invasion came about because of unique historical circumstances – the fear produced by 9/11 coupled with the Bush administration's overdramatisation of the threat from Iraq, which produced an unusual response from the US.

    Nine years of war in Iraq leaves US with little appetite for fighting 2011

  • At the risk of overdramatisation, I will quote a few examples (from a career that was probably less varied than most) where I feel I earned my wages, some from earlier experience at a junior level and some more senior ...

    The job of an ambassador Oliver Miles 2010

  • There's no struggle about it … It's this overdramatisation of everything.

    SFX 2009


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