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overexaggerating

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  • v. Present participle of overexaggerate.

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Examples

  • I'm probably overexaggerating, but it seems like we're all lost.

    "...you're lying."

  • She dresses to accentuate her best features rather than fearing or overexaggerating what she perceives as her flaws.

    The Skinnygirl Dish

  • Mr. Wheelock says the artist likely had a reason for overexaggerating the size of the church in this work: "He could be making a symbolic connection between the purity of cloth and souls."

    Gone With the Windmills

  • Are we overexaggerating the importance of this so-called teachable moment?

    CNN Transcript Jul 30, 2009

  • Is he overexaggerating the dire circumstances facing the U.S. economy right now?

    CNN Transcript Jan 8, 2009

  • Neil: My GP has either reached a stage of non-self direction or has reached some conclusion which I fear may be personality based as he admitted in his last meeting to being exceedingly angry with me, simply for asking him basic questions - when he then tried to "prove" I was overexaggerating my symptoms by getting an oxyimeter, to "show me" I was at 100% saturation.

    The Neurologist: in brief

  • National Review has the full low-down but I prefer this version, carefully crafted to have Chrysler veteran chief economist Van Jolissaint "appearing" to attack "quasi-hysterical Europeans" for overexaggerating the risks of global warming.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Either flattening out or overexaggerating this curve puts a strain on the underlying soft tissues.

    Seven Ways to Save Your Back During Hunting Season

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I've seen it on TV, it's embarrassment, make you just look, make something small, well, it's nothing small because it's kids, and giving kids weed, but still, y'all are making it just over -- overexaggerating the whole thing.

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2007

  • A lot of caricatures, sometimes overexaggerating, but at the same time showing the man that the public opinion perceives he is a man of paradoxes, contradictions, even betraying, as he has been portraying former President (INAUDIBLE) former Prime Minister Baladur (ph).

    CNN Transcript Jun 1, 2006

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