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Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • transitive verb To present in a manner intended to arouse curiosity or broad interest, especially through the inclusion of exaggerated or lurid details.

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  • verb To glorify or inflate the importance of a piece of news; to artificially create a sensation.

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Examples

  • And their money has done far more than to "sensationalize" things.

    Janet March's disappearance

  • Let us grant for a moment that historians have been disposed to "sensationalize" Civil War casualties (though I am not sure what is to be gained by this, since the readership for histories of this war has always been robust), and that we ought to interrogate our assumptions about the war's destructiveness.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Let us grant for a moment that historians have been disposed to "sensationalize" Civil War casualties (though I am not sure what is to be gained by this, since the readership for histories of this war has always been robust), and that we ought to interrogate our assumptions about the war's destructiveness.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Let us grant for a moment that historians have been disposed to "sensationalize" Civil War casualties (though I am not sure what is to be gained by this, since the readership for histories of this war has always been robust), and that we ought to interrogate our assumptions about the war's destructiveness.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Let us grant for a moment that historians have been disposed to "sensationalize" Civil War casualties (though I am not sure what is to be gained by this, since the readership for histories of this war has always been robust), and that we ought to interrogate our assumptions about the war's destructiveness.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Let us grant for a moment that historians have been disposed to "sensationalize" Civil War casualties (though I am not sure what is to be gained by this, since the readership for histories of this war has always been robust), and that we ought to interrogate our assumptions about the war's destructiveness.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Let us grant for a moment that historians have been disposed to "sensationalize" Civil War casualties (though I am not sure what is to be gained by this, since the readership for histories of this war has always been robust), and that we ought to interrogate our assumptions about the war's destructiveness.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Let us grant for a moment that historians have been disposed to "sensationalize" Civil War casualties (though I am not sure what is to be gained by this, since the readership for histories of this war has always been robust), and that we ought to interrogate our assumptions about the war's destructiveness.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Let us grant for a moment that historians have been disposed to "sensationalize" Civil War casualties (though I am not sure what is to be gained by this, since the readership for histories of this war has always been robust), and that we ought to interrogate our assumptions about the war's destructiveness.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Attorneys for Ambrose opposed the measures, saying that the presence of unusual security precautions would "sensationalize" the trial.

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