exaggeratedly

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The hands are either exaggeratedly large or exaggeratedly small.

Sometimes he was exaggeratedly jolly, usually he was flat and bitter in his letter.

His hat swung down in his right hand, and he bowed, exaggeratedly.

Mrs. Price, exaggeratedly polite, held him closer and smiled.

The idol was exaggeratedly female, with huge carnivorous teeth indicated in white paint.

She bent across Kenyon to examine Peter and gave an exaggeratedly dramatic cry of surprise and admiration.

He is scrupulously, exaggeratedly, polite towards every one; and his excessive ceremony with me puts a certain restraint upon me.

"If you will kindly stoop down-" said I, in what I now remember to be rather an exaggeratedly polite tone.

He was in one of the exaggeratedly humble moods which alternated with his florid, talkative, cock-sure periods.

For a time she did not answer, as if he who spoke was no more than any youth of the settlement, so exaggeratedly absorbed was she.

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