verb (used with object), ex·ag·ger·at·ed, ex·ag·ger·at·ing.
verb (used without object), ex·ag·ger·at·ed, ex·ag·ger·at·ing.
Origin of exaggerate
ANTONYMS FOR exaggerate
Examples from the Web for exaggerator
You will see—in brief, the only exaggerator in the South is Old Sol, for he does enlarge everything he touches.
"I must perform my official duties," remarked the King's Exaggerator.The Missing Prince|G. E. Farrow
They say that you are blind, a dreamer, an exaggerator—a liar, in short!Daily Thoughts|Charles Kingsley
He was every inch a Gascon, a boastful talker, an exaggerator, fond of posing and a little of a bully.Montreal 1535-1914 under the French Rgime|William Henry Atherton
“I trust you realise what an exaggerator I am—that I lay myself out to exaggerate,” he writes.Familiar Studies of Men and Books|Robert Louis Stevenson