exaggerated

All Adjective Verb
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  • Both sides in the battle made exaggerated claims of numbers of enemy aircraft shot down.
  • In this book, she wrote about her life in an exaggerated style.
  • He also greatly exaggerated the age of the animal to support this claim.
  • Features are exaggerated in size, and are typically red and black in color.
  • Hundreds died in each parish, although some figures may have been exaggerated.
  • The production had to design a space suit that looked practical rather than exaggerated.
  • Although I think that is still very much exaggerated, very much.
  • These difficulties became even more exaggerated when these technical terms were translated into other languages.
  • He often exaggerated his age while he was in the Navy.
  • Some of these numbers may have been exaggerated due to the overall significance of the battle.
  • His somewhat exaggerated report would greatly influence the decisions made by the Washington administration.
  • Of course it is possible that these figures have been exaggerated.
  • The class's skills are generally exaggerated as the character levels up.
  • By means of all the things he did to them - even though they exaggerated this issue - he managed to put them in their place.
  • These exaggerated reports of German casualties began to appear almost immediately after the battle had ended.
  • Figure above is a somewhat exaggerated depiction because the whole production function is shown.
  • He had all the power to stop the process but he did not - perhaps because of an exaggerated confidence in military justice.
  • Towards the end, they will need to be heavily exaggerated.
  • Both of these figures turned out to be greatly exaggerated.
  • In an exaggerated way, he's the most human character.
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Root form of exaggerated is exaggerate for the verb.

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