exaggerate

Exaggerate vs Extravagant - What's the difference?

exaggerate | extravagant |


As a verb exaggerate

is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

As an adjective extravagant is

exceeding the bounds of something; roving; hence, foreign.

Overestimate vs Exaggerate - What's the difference?

overestimate | exaggerate |


As verbs the difference between overestimate and exaggerate

is that overestimate is to judge too highly while exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

Exaggerate vs Inflate - What's the difference?

exaggerate | inflate |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and inflate

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while inflate is to enlarge an object by pushing air (or a gas) into it; to raise or expand abnormally.

Exaggerate vs Enhance - What's the difference?

exaggerate | enhance |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and enhance

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while enhance is (obsolete) to lift, raise up.

Exaggerate vs Multiply - What's the difference?

exaggerate | multiply |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and multiply

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while multiply is to increase the amount, degree or number of (something).

As a noun multiply is

(computer science) an act or instance of multiplying.

As an adverb multiply is

in many or multiple ways.

Flatter vs Exaggerate - What's the difference?

flatter | exaggerate |


As verbs the difference between flatter and exaggerate

is that flatter is to compliment someone, often insincerely and sometimes to win favour while exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

As a noun flatter

is a type of set tool used by blacksmiths.

As an adjective flatter

is (flat).

Embellished vs Exaggerate - What's the difference?

embellished | exaggerate |


As verbs the difference between embellished and exaggerate

is that embellished is (embellish) while exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

Exaggerate vs Arrogant - What's the difference?

exaggerate | arrogant |


As a verb exaggerate

is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

As an adjective arrogant is

having excessive pride in oneself, often with contempt for others.

Exaggerate vs Irritate - What's the difference?

exaggerate | irritate | Related terms |

Exaggerate is a related term of irritate.


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and irritate

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while irritate is (lb) to provoke impatience, anger, or displeasure.

Heighten vs Exaggerate - What's the difference?

heighten | exaggerate | Related terms |

Heighten is a related term of exaggerate.


As verbs the difference between heighten and exaggerate

is that heighten is to make high; to raise higher; to elevate while exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

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