Definitions for overstateˌoʊ vərˈsteɪt
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overstate, exaggerate, overdraw, hyperbolize, hyperbolise, magnify, amplify(verb)
to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth
"tended to romanticize and exaggerate this `gracious Old South' imagery"
To exaggerate; to state or claim too much.
I think it is overstating matters to say that an hour online is spending all night on the computer.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
But I don't want to overstate that, and that's one of the reasons he (Kerry) also reiterated ongoing concerns we have.
It is hard to overstate the importance of Rome, from Mount Aventine, there are no more than half a dozen major works by Turner left in private hands and this work must rank as one of the very finest.
We will get the change we want and only then will Russian athletes return to international competition, this is not about politics, this is about the protection of clean athletes. I cannot overstate the feeling around the conference call this evening about sending the strongest possible message that we can.
You cannot overstate the importance of having a Joni Scotter in every county, if not as many precincts as you can find somebody. The Joni Scotters of the world are the lifeblood of the Iowa caucus organization. Iowa is special because you can't simply come here, purchase a bunch of TV ads, and expect that to help you win alone. Now certainly, that's a part, but there's nothing that can replace organization. Anybody in this state will tell you if you have the choice between TV ads only or organization only, they would take organization without question. There is no way to measure the value of a solid organization working in Iowa's 99 counties.
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