exaggerated statement

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The girls nowadays indulge in such exaggerated statements that one never can tell what they DO mean.
His subordinates don't call it a lie, but a tendency toward hyperbole, which is defined as an exaggerated statement or a claim not meant to be taken literally.
Block brights already pack a punch, but an exaggerated statement sleeve will give even more impact to your look.
This is the exaggerated statement of an advocate, not the careful statement of a professional reporter.
Sounds like nothing you have heard before" is the sort of exaggerated statement we expect on publicity material, but when it is applied to the young quartet that started out busking on London's South Bank and now regularly sells out concert halls around the land it all makes sense.
It would not be an exaggerated statement to say that Europe is humiliated by simple thinking and shrinking day by day.
First, let me apologize for making a slightly exaggerated statement which fell on your ears appropriately in a very negative way and, by extension, impugning young psychiatrists who have had the courage and willingness to step out of the managed care world into a world where they still remain responsible and in charge of their practices.
Having just won the Champions League with Porto, whom he also guided to UEFA Cup glory,it was perhaps not an exaggerated statement.
I will not be an exaggerated statement that people living in villages in South Asia love their livestock like their own kids and they call them by beautiful and smart names when they interact with them.
To say that her top notes could be heard in Walsall is no more an exaggerated statement than this stage-hogging performance.
And if you think this is an exaggerated statement, you should see the letters I get from anguished men.
Hyperbole is an exaggerated statement not meant to be taken literally.