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synonyms for overestimated

  • bloated
  • magnified
  • overblown
  • swollen
  • aggrandized
  • amplified
  • augmented
  • diffuse
  • dilated
  • distended
  • enlarged
  • extended
  • filled
  • grown
  • puffed
  • ranting
  • spread
  • stretched
  • surcharged
  • aureate
  • bombastic
  • dropsical
  • euphuistic
  • flatulent
  • flowery
  • fustian
  • grandiloquent
  • magniloquent
  • ostentatious
  • pompous
  • pretentious
  • prolix
  • pumped up
  • rhapsodical
  • rhetorical
  • showy
  • tumescent
  • tumid
  • turgid
  • verbose
  • windy
  • wordy
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antonyms for overestimated

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  • shrunken
  • abbreviated
  • abridged
  • compressed
  • contracted
  • reduced
  • deflated
    • succeed
    • pay attention
    • regard
    • attend
    • perceive
    • get
    • understand
    • respect
    • perceive
    • comprehend
    • be sure
    • clear up
    • fix
    • succeed
    • do well
    • correct
    • understand
    • interpret
    • achieve
    • accomplish
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      How to use overestimated in a sentence

      But he had overestimated the strength of his Russians; they were too exhausted to strike quickly.
      THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
      The debt which Rome owed to the military ability of Marius can hardly be overestimated.
      THE TWO GREAT REPUBLICS: ROME AND THE UNITED STATESJAMES HAMILTON LEWIS
      The value of convict labor has been generally overestimated.
      THE HISTORY OF TASMANIA , VOLUME II (OF 2)JOHN WEST
      The reproduction of the myth and poem both orally and in written papers is an exercise whose value cannot be overestimated.
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      And Diana watched the little scene from the top of the stairs and wondered if she had overestimated her own power to endure.
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      And yet Mary had either overestimated her powers or placed too low a value on the cunning of her brother.
      THE SLAVE OF SILENCEFRED M. WHITE
      The mental, moral and physical growth attained through participation in games cannot be overestimated.
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      It may be added that, in my humble opinion, the function of a critic as an arbiter of literary taste is measurably overestimated.
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      The necessary size of the pan to be used should be overestimated rather than underestimated.
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      I think the Phantoms talents have been grossly overestimated.
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