overgeneralise love


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  • verb draw too general a conclusion


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  • I'd hate to overgeneralise here, but the "Creative" bit could be read cynically to mean "an autobiography with made-up facts" as in "A Million Little Pieces" and others of that kind...

    On a memoir, or is it?

  • Section 2.2 that some care has to be taken lest one overgeneralise conclusions based on examining only well-behaved models of decoherence.

    ...anything but love...

  • They do not overgeneralise (Teachers never understand me), delete (I was told to) or distort (we can play games during wet play) sections of information.

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  • "As long as the harm is real," he said, "it should not be necessary for us to overgeneralise, exaggerate, use incendiary language or misrepresent data in order to attract attention."

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