Every panegyric contained in them is extravagant and hyperbolical, and every censure exaggerated and excessive.
Among Orientals all such titles are towering and hyperbolical.
The passion of love is dominant throughout, and it is treated in the most exalted and hyperbolical spirit.
Quære, whether to say the sun is outshined be too bold and hyperbolical?
This reply, hyperbolical and enigmatical at the time, Benito had heard and remembered.
A hyperbolical way of speaking is mere flippancy, and should be avoided.
He boasted of his inventions and discoveries in the most hyperbolical language, which was bound to provoke a controversy.
He would have sneered at this strain in another as hyperbolical and fatuous.
The sheet was a hyperbolical eulogium composed, as if at random, by the director Bertier, in honour of the King.
The Indian language is bold and figurative, abounding in hyperbolical expressions, and is said to be susceptible of much elegance.
1640s (iperbolical is from early 15c.), from Greek hyperbolikos "extravagant," from hyperbole "extravagance," literally "a throwing beyond" (see hyperbole). Geometric sense is from 1670s. Related: Hyperbolically.