exaggerated, overdone, overstated(adj)
represented as greater than is true or reasonable
"an exaggerated opinion of oneself"
Having been overstated; exaggerated; stated, displayed, or presented too grandly or prominently.
The numerical value of overstated in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of overstated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The case that the U.S. can enhance its geopolitical stance is incredibly overstated.
She has an opportunity to wield tremendous power and influence. That can't be overstated. I have seen firsthand how audiences respond to her, big and small, she is going to be a tremendous asset.
Jonah's contribution to rugby cannot be overstated, he was the first superstar player and, through his sheer brilliance and love of the game, he brought much joy to the rugby family and took our sport to a new level of profile.
This is in all probability an example of radical Islam at work, and you know I think our emphasis on ISIS is a little overstated because we've had these attacks that predate ISIS, nidal Hasan, when he shot and killed thirteen Americans, stood up on a table and yelled out.
There is no new song in the sense that we sat down and wrote a new KISS tune, that's been overstated quite honestly. We'd be better off describing it as an Easter egg. It's not Easter and it's not an egg, but at the same time, it's something that if you stay until the end, you will enjoy something unexpected.
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