Random good picture Not show
1. John is rather given to exaggeration.
2. There was a degree of exaggeration in his description of events.
3. It would be an exaggeration to say that we were close friends.
4. He told his story simply and without exaggeration.
5. Like many stories about him, it smacks of exaggeration.
6. Their results, even allowing for exaggeration, are impressive.
7. That sounds like a slight exaggeration.
8. Isn't that a bit of an exaggeration?
9. The situation can be described, without exaggeration, as disastrous.
10. It would be an exaggeration to say I knew her well-I only met her twice.
11. It is no exaggeration to say that everyone will be affected by the new policy.
12. It is no exaggeration to say that having a baby changes your life.
13. It would be an exaggeration to call the danger urgent.
14. It would be a bit of an exaggeration to say that I'm desperate to leave.
15. There were, without exaggeration, hundreds of applications for the job.
16. It's no exaggeration to say that most students have never read a complete Shakespeare play.
17. We went in for agitprop caricature and grotesque exaggeration.
18. But the marital merry-go-round Chez Reeves is no exaggeration.
19. It's an exaggeration to the nth degree.
20. It is no exaggeration to say that the Republican establishment detests McCain.
21. It is no exaggeration to say that these three introductions were of enormous importance to the future of the Army.
22. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say I lived for that owl during that very intense period of training.
23. But unless there is gross exaggeration or fabrication of symptoms, these should not he described as Meadow's syndrome.
24. The company described reports of environmental disaster as gross exaggeration.
25. Sal reckons over sixty people were there but I think that's a slight exaggeration.
26. Basing himself on the realities of his life,(sentencedict.com) the painter successfully integrated realism and artistic exaggeration.
27. Radcliffe accuses members of Bravo Two Zero of gratuitous exaggeration.
28. Chairman Des Moffatt says he's familiar with another unflattering nickname for the flats, but the Bronx comparison's an exaggeration.
29. Almost every environmental organization would have to own up to the occasional creative exaggeration of the facts.
30. It is also much more affected by poor memory and exaggeration.
More similar words: exaggerate, exaggerated, exasperation, operation, desperation, generation, laceration, AND operation, veneration, liberation, alliteration, remuneration, generation gap, proliferation, consideration, confederation, lost generation, articles of confederation, vexation, dagger, stagger, examination, staggered, ratification, gratification, staggering, ration, oration, rational, duration.