exaggeration in a sentence

Example sentences for exaggeration

It also represents an exaggeration of the president's military role.
Dean's statement is a combination of exaggeration and wordplay.
It is not an exaggeration to say that it could happen again if governments fail to act.
But the number, he adds, was likely an exaggeration.
The transgressions ranged from intentional exaggeration to flat-out fibs.
IT would be an exaggeration to say there is a new bull market in gold.
The scientists say that's a big exaggeration resting on flimsy definitions.
There are, however, some grounds for suspecting a degree of exaggeration.
When someone uses exaggeration they have more of a desire to push agenda than reflect science.
As with many companies in the defense field, their science is fine but their marketing department may be prone to exaggeration.
So writing fails to be an exaggeration only if to call it such would be a gross understatement.
Actually, these days that is a bit of an exaggeration.
By quoted company standards, that is an exaggeration.
Coincidentally there are drugs to treat exaggeration and denial problems.
It's no exaggeration to say that algorithms will write much of the news for us in the future, as indeed they already do today.
It was extremely glamorous, and it was exaggeration.
It is no exaggeration to insist that our common future depends on bridging the gap between academe and the broader society.
Although some markets have bounced back, it would be an exaggeration to say that they have recovered their poise.
The climate of exaggeration and hype made it easy for sober-minded observers to dismiss the new economy.
Exaggeration for creative people moves them forward.
Exaggeration of the defects of your opponent's case appears obligatory.
My description of the budget debate is in no way an exaggeration.
If there was any exaggeration ever it is about exchange rate.
They actually treat their customers as nuisance if not as hostile intruders, with some exaggeration here.
He was aware of environmental scientists tendency toward exaggeration.
So here they came: droves would hardly be an exaggeration.
It does however fall prey to some sloppiness and exaggeration.
Okay, so there may be some exaggeration here on my part.
It would be an exaggeration to say that diplomacy will never be the same again.
Hyperbole is defined as obvious and intentional exaggeration.
Although it would be an exaggeration to call this article untrue, the report covers far less than half of the story.
But it is no exaggeration to say that no progress at all has been made in the accuracy of forecasts.
It may be an exaggeration, but it is the exaggeration of an honest and splendid writer.
The over vociferous anti-drug people have a long history of exaggeration and lies.
It's an exaggeration, but there is a tiny element of truth to that.
His sentences are well-built, with a strict avoidance of any mannerism or exaggeration.
Another school think that his vices have been exaggerated, while their opponents scarcely think such exaggeration possible.
Often incorrectly used in support of exaggeration or violent metaphor.
Every act hath some falsehood of exaggeration in it.
We had a great exaggeration of the inclination of the line of particles.
And if this is an exaggeration, it is nonetheless true enough to warrant our attention.
It is scarcely an exaggeration to say that his life since has been calculated revenge for that moment.
But calling him a tough out, even then, would be no exaggeration.
But the national campaigns have not attempted patient explanation, instead plumping for cartoonish exaggeration.
Obviously an exaggeration, the ambition that drives one to become an elected official doesn't live off of a legislator's salary.
Nowadays it is only a slight exaggeration to say that the more cash that investors see in a firm's coffers, the happier they are.
Sounds a bit melodramatic, but it's no exaggeration.
It is not an exaggeration to say that a great many people now hated her.
Exaggeration-studlier heroes, bloodier killings, pointier breasts-is in the nature of the medium.
To say that billions of vehicles use it daily is an exaggeration, traffic experts will tell you.
To say that the book is an encyclopedia of human hearts would not be an exaggeration.
But this is an exaggeration, and an unfortunate one at that.
It is no exaggeration to say that her poems get larger and stranger and more overwhelming with every reading.
The exaggeration of foreign threats, however pernicious, is a tactic.
Exaggeration was the principal element, used best in calamities.
Not everyone can recognise satire or comedic exaggeration when they see it.
The satire was an exaggeration, of course, to make the point.
It actually strengthens our own hands, by imposing a cost on sensationalist exaggeration.
It is no exaggeration to say that she is an inspiration.
And, unfortunately, that's not too much of an exaggeration.
He has a soft, thin voice, a beard and an academic mien occasionally broken by ecstatic flights of hubristic exaggeration.
In that case, any exaggeration of the current campaign's progress would be more than misleading.
There was some exaggeration involved, but the bottom line was accurate.
You'll recognize the symptoms: slow pace, toothy grin, over-exaggeration.
Considerable vertical exaggeration has been used in order to enhance the morphology on the bedrock surface.

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