verb (used without object), hy·per·bo·lized, hy·per·bo·liz·ing.
to use hyperbole; exaggerate.
verb (used with object), hy·per·bo·lized, hy·per·bo·liz·ing.
to represent or express with hyperbole or exaggeration.
Also especially British, hy·per·bo·lise.
Origin of hyperbolize
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Related Words for hyperbolizecaricature, boast, color, emphasize, enlarge, distort, fabricate, exalt, boost, brag, embroider, heighten, hike, corrupt, inflate, fudge, falsify, expand, amplify, i
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Contemporary Examples of hyperbolize
They either have a tendency to hyperbolize and make life much more glamorous and titillating than it is, or the other way.Coffee Talk with Ethan Hawke: On ‘Boyhood,’ Jennifer Lawrence, and Bill Clinton’s Urinal Exchange
December 27, 2014
to express (something) by means of hyperbole
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