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- v. Present participle of overdramatise.
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He is nervous about overdramatising his misery, but admits, after a deep breath: There were days when I thought about killing myself, but couldn't because of family and friends.
Kathy went on, not having finished grossly overdramatising Mr. Mensa's lie: "There is not enough money in the world that would sell my soul to the devil, and that right there is pretty close to it."
Even basic physics tells me you are overdramatising the role of the magnetic fields here.
Some of the high-ranking government sources criticised the media for overdramatising Thursday's events.
Anyway we sang some worship songs which sounded to me like a dirge - I am not overdramatising - for some reason the pace of the songs was exaggeratedly slow, and and everybody sang out of tune, completely flat or worse, flat and sharp from different people at the same time (painful!) which made it hard to hear what the right tune was, and worst of all I had a couple of moments where it struck me as hilariously funny which was dreadful as I was afraid I would give out a loud snort of laughter at a quiet moment!!
Peschke said the Taliban was still far from the capital and warned against overdramatising the situation, but added: "Nevertheless, the infiltration of armed fighters is at odds with the truce agreed with the militants.