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synonyms for exaggeratedly

  • absolutely
  • awfully
  • certainly
  • decidedly
  • deeply
  • eminently
  • exceedingly
  • excessively
  • extraordinarily
  • extremely
  • greatly
  • highly
  • incredibly
  • noticeably
  • particularly
  • pretty
  • profoundly
  • remarkably
  • surprisingly
  • terribly
  • truly
  • uncommonly
  • unusually
  • wonderfully
  • acutely
  • amply
  • astonishingly
  • considerably
  • dearly
  • emphatically
  • extensively
  • indispensably
  • largely
  • notably
  • positively
  • powerfully
  • pressingly
  • prodigiously
  • substantially
  • superlatively
  • surpassingly
  • vastly
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antonyms for exaggeratedly

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  • commonly
  • doubtfully
  • dubiously
  • indefinite
  • little
  • usually
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How to use exaggeratedly in a sentence

"Because she wanted to give your brain something to do, too," explained Tilly, wearing an exaggeratedly innocent air.
THE SUNBRIDGE GIRLS AT SIX STAR RANCHELEANOR H. (ELEANOR HODGMAN) PORTER
He was in one of the exaggeratedly humble moods which alternated with his florid, talkative, cock-sure periods.
THE SQUIRREL-CAGEDOROTHY CANFIELD
The front gate clicked softly, and the Father came striding up the walk, whistling exaggeratedly.
THE VERY SMALL PERSONANNIE HAMILTON DONNELL
Its exaggeratedly narrow trunk, merely concealed his head and the centre of his prodigious frame.
BUCKSKIN MOSEBUCKSKIN MOSE
But she had only a faint—and exaggeratedly mistaken—notion about sixty-five hundred a year—six and a half thousands.
THE GRAIN OF DUSTDAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
The lines of the miser's mouth were close and firm, and his narrow chin turned up to meet an exaggeratedly hooked nose.
THE COUNTRY DOCTORHONORE DE BALZAC
Even his exaggeratedly polite compliment left her perfectly cool.
KENTUCKY IN AMERICAN LETTERS, V. 2 OF 2JOHN WILSON TOWNSEND
Wolde therfore this erthe on this erthe on this hertly thinke, is superior to the exaggeratedly long line in Lamb.
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There are, on the other hand, many men as well as women who complain exaggeratedly after even trifling surgical intervention.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
We find here the same sinuous figure with exaggeratedly compressed waist, prominent bosom, and emphasised haunches.
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