Sentence Examples


  • It is only the usual attempt, as in the cases of Whittington, Wolsey and Gresham, to exaggerate the rise of a successful man.
  • The passages in question do not exaggerate his obligations to the "well of English."
  • It would be difficult to exaggerate the influence of Calvin upon French Protest antism.
  • It would be impossible to exaggerate the importance of this revolution, which ended by destroying the last vestige of feudality, and prepared that common Italian people which afterwards distinguished itself by the creation of European culture.
  • Nor did wild rumors of all sorts fail to exaggerate, and still the more horrify the true histories of these deadly encounters.

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