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This is a bit of a hyperbole, but as challenging as it was to go from, like, 1000 to zero over the last nine months, it’s going to be 10 times more challenging to go from zero to 1000.
People resent obfuscation and hyperbole now more than ever, and they’re starved for trust.
When I first read it, it felt like such hyperbole, but it gave such a fascinating view of the driving force behind the innovation economy, the founders and teams building disruptive startups.
They have such a habit of hyperbole that most Irishmen smile at their hysterics and threats of civil war as at sheer fudge.
THE CHARM OF IRELANDBURTON EGBERT STEVENSON
He always wore gold-bowed glasses, being very near-sighted, was a born humorist, and delighted in jest and hyperbole.
REMINISCENCES, 1819-1899JULIA WARD HOWE.
In either case there may be an indefinite degree of hyperbole.
THE APPROACH TO PHILOSOPHYRALPH BARTON PERRY
He sat down again in confusion at having been led into hyperbole.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
And yet Florrie's hyperbole had not been entirely without warrant.
THE BELLS OF SAN JUANJACKSON GREGORY
However figurative these lines may be, the hyperbole must have had some basis in fact.
Hyperbole is an exaggerated form of statement, and is used to magnify or diminish an object.

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