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Example sentences for understatement

It's no understatement to say the entire flower industry depends on that number.
To say these climbs are a challenge might be an understatement.
To say that this article has some issues is a bit of an understatement.
He was accused of hyperbole but seems, rather, to have been guilty of understatement.
It would be an understatement to say that both ventures were treated with scepticism.
The detail and understatement with which such horrifying loss is represented combine to bring a lump to the throat.
To say it has developed a cult following would be an understatement.
To call it an ambivalent relationship would be understatement.
To say that he was filled with moxie from an early age would be an understatement.
To call it a cultural landmark is a gross understatement.
It's one of the things where the power of understatement can be really great.
To say the views were heavenly would be an understatement.
To say that our staff was heroic is an understatement.
To say this guy was professional is the understatement of the year.
Silence can be a symphony of elegant understatement.
Because he knows how to speak through understatement.
To say this book is exhaustive would be an understatement.
Understatement is perhaps the only appropriate response in the face of brutal suffering.
Refined understatement is so rare in mainstream pop music that it is easily mistaken for blandness.
Irony is the grim set of the mouth on a frozen corpse, a violent understatement.
And with this comes an interesting obliquity, a wonderfully skilled and powerful form of understatement.
Her final full page ias a triumph of understatement.
Information about the large corporate understatement penalty.
Draft frequently asked questions on large corporate understatement.
The examination of income reveals a understatement of income in a given year, the case should be discussed with the group manager.
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