Thesaurus / exaggerated


We think our actions have an exaggerated influence on other people.CAN I ASK YOU A RIDICULOUSLY PERSONAL QUESTION? (EP. 451)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 11, 2021FREAKONOMICS
Continue hopping from one leg to the other like the exaggerated movement of a speed skater.HOW TO TRAIN POWER FOR THE LOWER BODYHAYDEN CARPENTERJANUARY 27, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
For those who suffer from anxiety, the visual bias to attend to threat is exaggerated.WHY HORROR FILMS ARE MORE POPULAR THAN EVER - ISSUE 95: ESCAPECOLTAN SCRIVNERJANUARY 14, 2021NAUTILUS
It seems that rumors of Facebook Instant Articles’ death have been greatly exaggerated.CHEAT SHEET: FACEBOOK INSTANT ARTICLES REVENUES RISE FOR PUBLISHERSMAX WILLENSDECEMBER 16, 2020DIGIDAY
Britain’s first female prime minister, who died in 2013, is portrayed as clashing with Olivia Colman’s Elizabeth to an extent that some say is exaggerated.NETFLIX REJECTS CALLS TO ADD DISCLAIMER TO ‘THE CROWN’EHINCHLIFFEDECEMBER 6, 2020FORTUNE
Prosthetic penises – once used for exaggerated effect – have become the norm.MORE PENISES ARE APPEARING ON TV AND IN FILM – BUT WHY ARE NEARLY ALL OF THEM PROSTHETIC?LGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 10, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
We dismounted, and speedily found that MacRae hadn't exaggerated the evil qualities of that descent.RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
What a spectral and exaggerated shape all things take in her scared and over-excited gaze!CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
He spoke with an animation and earnestness that gave an exaggerated importance to every syllable he uttered.THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
It not only brought about the instant beginnings of the siege, but its proportions were grossly exaggerated in the public eye.THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY


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