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."
  • Nor did wild rumors of all sorts fail to exaggerate, and still the more horrify the true histories of these deadly encounters.
  • I think he is inclined to exaggerate; at all events, his language is too glowing, and simple facts are set forth in such a manner that they bewilder one.
  • We are made to exaggerate the importance of what work we do; and yet how much is not done by us! or, what if we had been taken sick?

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