over-stated[ oh-ver-steyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-stated
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-STATED
Much has been said about exercising after eating, and the truth has been often over-stated.
The effect of all this on Stanley can hardly be over-stated.
The importance of its cultivation cannot well be over-stated.
The average yield of cacao has in the past generally been over-stated.
The density of the lake-brine has been under- instead of over-stated.
In trying to express the reasons for this reverence he has over-stated and mis-stated the nature of these books.
But though Johnson's claim for Pope is over-stated, his supernatural agents are the product of genius.
The professional pacifists have done this country a damage that cannot be over-stated.
Dr. Mangan had not over-stated the case when, three years earlier, he had said to himself that she was a right-down handsome girl.
In so far as the collection of information is concerned, the advantages of travel may often be over-stated.