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Similar words: exaggerateexasperatedaggerstaggerobliteratedstaggeredstaggeringexasperationMeaning: [-tɪd]  adj. 1. represented as greater than is true or reasonable 2. enlarged to an abnormal degree 3. enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness. 
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1. These figures have been greatly exaggerated.
2. The threat of attack has been greatly exaggerated.
3. They exaggerated the enemy's losses and understated their own.
4. These problems have been exaggerated by the media.
5. The significance of their schema has been exaggerated.
6. The book is both inaccurate and exaggerated.
7. Reports of his drinking have been wildly exaggerated.
8. She has an exaggerated sense of her own importance.
9. The revenue figures may be slightly exaggerated .
10. They should be sceptical of exaggerated claims for what such courses can achieve.
11. The newspapers exaggerated the whole affair wildly.
11. try its best to collect and make good sentences.
12. The story had been wildly exaggerated.
13. He looked at me with exaggerated surprise.
14. Demand for satellite television has been greatly exaggerated.
15. The danger had been greatly exaggerated.
16. Inevitably, the press exaggerated the story.
17. He apologized with exaggerated courtesy.
18. He made an exaggerated bow.
19. Western fears, he insists, are greatly exaggerated.
20. He has an exaggerated sense of his own importance.
21. The reports were greatly exaggerated.
22. Press reports have been grossly exaggerated.
23. The problem has been exaggerated out of all proportion.
24. He spoke with an exaggerated New York accent.
25. He exaggerated the details to spice up the story.
26. The press exaggerated the whole affair wildly.
27. The story was grossly exaggerated by certain sections of the press.
28. His claims to an intimacy with the President are somewhat exaggerated.
29. The minister suggested that the dire prophecies of certain leading environmentalists were somewhat exaggerated.
30. The historical significance of these events can be easily exaggerated .
More similar words: exaggerateexasperatedaggerstaggerobliteratedstaggeredstaggeringexasperationrefrigeratorberateoperatemoderatecooperateliberatefederategeneratetoleratedesperateliterateexoneratedecoratedreiteraterecuperatepiece rateintegratedelaboratedadulteratedesperatelyilliteratecommiserate
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