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overdramatisation

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  • n. Alternative spelling of overdramatization.

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Examples

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

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  • 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.

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  • 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 ...

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

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