Definitions for exaggerating
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word exaggerating
that exaggerates; enlarging beyond bounds
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
That's exaggerating the anxiety.
If she hadn't lied about certain injuries and had told the truth instead of exaggerating, she would have probably gotten some money anyway.
I don't think I'm exaggerating when I say that 99 percent of research work does not end up as' product', it's very hard to predict what would turn out, otherwise it wouldn't be called research.
It would be better for all of us if I was exaggerating the urgency of this threat, but the science tells us unequivocally that those who continue to make climate change a political fight put us all at risk.
Certain countries are roping in countries from outside the region to get involved in the South China Sea issue, putting on a big show of force, deliberately exaggerating the tense atmosphere in the region, this way of doing things will not have a beneficial effect on the situation in the South China Sea.
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