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


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  • The conflation of indignity with atrocity not only overdramatizes the former but trivializes the latter.

    Flogging in Soft Focus

  • This is a very interesting tale, but I think Chang overdramatizes the effect of such a meeting.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Writing in a calm tone and plain language somewhat reminiscent of that of All Quiet on the Western Front, Sheeler never overdramatizes or sentimentalizes his material.

    2008 June 20 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • To describe the petty annoyances of day-to-day academic life as "the rigors of the professoriate" overdramatizes the nature of academic labor.

    The Little Professor:

  • Probably somewhere a cultural critic has written a learned tome about how the telephoto lens overdramatizes the effect of crowding in Asia, orientalizing it visually for westerners where the telephoto is used to emphasize space, as in the stereotyped shots of endless lines of telephone wires lining empty western highways.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • The guy who was talking sounded like a Z-list actor who overdramatizes everything.

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  • In my opinion, the media overdramatizes problems like anthrax, they make people more scared.

    CNN Transcript Nov 2, 2001

  • On the other hand, I agree with the court that a lengthy federal court battle over the photos and the resulting discipline overdramatizes the situation.

    Ars Technica

  • David Outten wrote that "Avatar" maligns capitalism, promotes animism over monotheism and overdramatizes the possibility of environmental catastrophe on earth.

    News & Observer: Home Page

  • I don't know, I could be acting biased (I hate them) but it just seems like it'd be terrible, particularly put into anime, which overdramatizes everything.



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