exaggerated / ɪgˈzædʒ əˌreɪ tɪd /


exaggerated 的定义

adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. unduly or unrealistically magnified: to have an exaggerated opinion of oneself.
  2. abnormally increased or enlarged.

exaggerated 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective

overstated, embellished


  1. We think our actions have an exaggerated influence on other people.
  2. Continue hopping from one leg to the other like the exaggerated movement of a speed skater.
  3. For those who suffer from anxiety, the visual bias to attend to threat is exaggerated.
  4. It seems that rumors of Facebook Instant Articles’ death have been greatly exaggerated.
  5. Britain’s first female prime minister, who died in 2013, is portrayed as clashing with Olivia Colman’s Elizabeth to an extent that some say is exaggerated.
  6. Reports of the “end of men,”turns out, have been greatly exaggerated.
  7. Inevitably, some of this may have been exaggerated in social media.
  8. The threat of this virus to the general public may have been exaggerated.
  9. His many publications and his emails to me are long-winded, occasionally exaggerated, and sometimes hard to follow.
  10. One volunteer gave an exaggerated eye roll when I asked about it.
  11. We dismounted, and speedily found that MacRae hadn't exaggerated the evil qualities of that descent.
  12. What a spectral and exaggerated shape all things take in her scared and over-excited gaze!
  13. He spoke with an animation and earnestness that gave an exaggerated importance to every syllable he uttered.
  14. It not only brought about the instant beginnings of the siege, but its proportions were grossly exaggerated in the public eye.
  15. The news of Bruce's success, no doubt exaggerated and distorted, produced a great sensation in the northern parts of Scotland.