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.
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In a study released this month, a team of researchers at New York University found that fears about virus transmissions in public transportation systems could be exaggerated.Study explores link between public transportation and spread of seasonal flu|Lori Aratani|December 11, 2020|Washington Post
And, yes, in some ways on some days, I think perhaps it has been exaggerated, including maybe exaggerated in the press.Dan Rather: Propaganda and injustice are a ‘very potent, toxic mix’|Joe Heim|November 23, 2020|Washington Post